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Shakepeare's Measure for Measure

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(816)-463-2654
SYNOPSIS
Shakespeare's Most Urban Play
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Measure for Measure will be set in small town Missouri during the mid-1930’s during the Great Depression where vice currently runs rampant and the laws have been allowed to sleep for many years. The too-kind Duke Vincentio is setting out on mysterious business and leaving the cares of state to his trusted minister Angelo, with instructions to enforce discipline as he sees fit.


It is considered Shakespeare's most urban play. Its people are of the city. It also deals with a lot of issues that we are currently discussing in American culture: abuse of power, incomplete justice, change of administrations, sexual harassment among others. This play is very much about justice and mercy, how to legislate with morality, restriction, ethics, but has a lot grey as well.


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(816) 463-2654

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Creative & Cast

Directed by Shari Wassergord

Mistress Overdone - Mary F. Adams

Esacalus - Rebecca Dempsey

Angelo - Brian Duskey

Provost/Friar Pete - Michael Masterson

Isabella - Lucy Mulholland

Duke Vincentio - Bryce Ostrom

Lucio/Barnadine - Joel Roney

Pompey/Juliet/Mariana - Elissa Schrader

Claudio/Elbow/Adhorson - Spencer Thompson

Suitable For
Any Age