Now Playing!

July 11 – July 26, 2014 
The Spanish Tragedy
by Thomas Kyd
adapted by Joshua and Kat McKerrow directed by Joshua McKerrow

Hatred. Lust. Revenge. For 100 years, Thomas Kyd’s swift,
vicious and violent The Spanish Tragedy bloodied the
Renaissance stage. The most popular and notorious play
of its day, this tale of insanity and vengeance was “lost”
for centuries.

Now The Spanish Tragedy is seeing its Baltimore premiere
in a lavish production from director Joshua McKerrow.
This spectacle of brutal Elizabethan drama brings to life
the embodiment of Revenge, the malice of betrayal, and
the surrender of a civilized society to madness.

Performances:

Preview (pay what you can): Thursday, July 10 @ 8 pm
July 11, 12, 18, 19, 25 & 26 @ 8pm
Sunday Matinee: July 20 @ 4 pm

Featuring:

  • Revenge: Shelby Monroe
  • Ghost of Don Andrea: Megan Farber
  • King of Spain: Daniel Douek
  • Duke of Castile: Ishai Barnoy
  • Balthazar: Matthew Purpora
  • Lorenzo: Bill Soucy
  • Horatio: Rob Vary
  • Hieronimo: Frank Vince
  • Isabella: Jennifer Hasselbusch
  • Bellimperia: Kat McKerrow
  • Pedringano: Jeffrey Gangwisch
  • Christophil/Hangman/Ambassador: Joshua Hopkins
  • Serberine/Spanish General: Lucas Iverson

Due to flooding at Meadow Mill, all performances will happen at the Great Hall at St. Mary’s Outreach Center, located at 3900 Roland Avenue in Hampden (Baltimore, MD 21211).

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Tickets are $15 General Admission and $12 Students and Seniors and are available via Brown Paper Tickets and at the door.

We are sorry, but we cannot accept credit cards at the door.


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Coming Up:


The Spanish Tragedy

by Thomas Kyd

Directed By Joshua McKerrowJuly 11-26

 

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