Romeo and Juliet
Tuesday, October 18 at 7:30pm
with live pre-show music beginning at 7pm
With ravishing language and uproarious comedy, Shakespeare celebrates love’s triumph and its trivialities in perhaps his most popular tragedy. Verona’s walls embrace the volatility of youth as well as the wisdom and restraint that often escape young and old alike. Presented in classic Shakespearean style, American Shakespeare Center’s production has thumb-biting, dance and swordplay as well as sonnets, bawdy wit and soul-searching speeches.
Presented by the Performing Arts Center in conjunction with the NYS Writers Institute. Support provided by the Department of English, University Auxiliary Services and Hampton Inn.
The Other Mozart
Wednesday, March 1
This “gem of a show”
[London’s The Stage] is the true and untold story of Nannerl Mozart, the sister of Amadeus - a prodigy, keyboard virtuoso and composer who performed throughout Europe with her brother to equal acclaim but her work and her life faded away, lost to history due to overwhelming restrictions and prejudice of the time. Performed by creator/writer/actress Sylvia Milo, this other Mozart at last tells her story.
Presented by the Performing Arts Center with support from the University at Albany Foundation, Office of Intercultural Student Engagement and Hampton Inn.
Admission for each of the shows above
Advance tickets: $15 general public /
$10 students, seniors & UAlbany faculty-staff
Day of show tickets: $20 general public /
$15 students, seniors & UAlbany faculty-staff
Photos this page:
American Shakespeare Center by Michael Bailey
The Other Mozart by Little Matchstick Factory