by Scott Kaiser
Presented by Island Shakespeare Festival
It’s 1623. Shakespeare’s editors John Heminge and Henry Condell have finally finished assembling the Bard’s Complete Works; but what to do with the surplus materials, especially the unused women’s speeches? A bountiful cast of actresses showcases the deleted, unpublished, and forgotten eloquence the Bard set down for dozens of female characters, lovingly rescued from the oblivion of time. Written by Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Scott Kaiser and brought to Whidbey in collaboration with Island Shakespeare Festival.
Tickets available through ISF.