JAN. 2, 2016: The Ramapo Daily Voice is covering our 2016 Festival of One-Acts! Read their pre-festival article here.
JAN. 2, 2016: Nyack News & Views is covering our 2016 Festival of One-Acts, including a scheduled appearance by The Sonnet Man! Read their pre-festival article here.
OCTOBER 21, 2013 - CST PRESENTS LOVE'S LABOR'S LOST
The Children's Shakespeare Theatre is an independent organization of children ranging in age from 8-18 who come from Rockland County, NY and surrounding areas. The company is made up of two divisions: the Knaves (ages 8-14) and the Rogues (ages 14-18). Under the aegis of Artistic Director, Diana Green, each group produces two of Shakespeare's plays each year for presentation at various venues in Rockland County. The group's chief goal is to give young actors an opportunity to experience Shakespeare's words and deep understanding of the human experience and to help them, through instruction in voice, movement, acting techniques and stage combat instruction, to translate their experience to a broader audience of children and adults.
The Rogues Proudly Present
Love's Labor's Lost
The King of Navarre and his three best friends have sworn to spend the next three years studying together - and not seeing any women. But their promises are rapidly broken when the beautiful Princess of France and her three lovely ladies arrive - and soon the guys are running around acting like complete fools. The other residents of the King's country estate are just as silly over love - including an eccentric Spanish knight and his clever boy servant, a country bumpkin and flirtatious wench, the local schoolmistress and parson, a lax constable, and a gossipy dandy. Performed by the CST teenage company, the Rogues, this production of Love's Labors Lost, set in the stylish Baroque era of glamour and lace, is not only filled with some of Shakespeare's most beautiful rhyming language, but witty humor, practical jokes, beautiful dancing and singing, and some of the most hilarious pageantry and Russian dancing that you may have ever seen. Don't miss it!
Fridays and Saturdays at 7:00 pm
November 8, 9, 15 & 16
at the Palisades Presbyterian Church
117 Washington Spring Road, Palisades, NY
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