Alternatives - Community Life For People With Disabilities

Worcester Shakespeare Festival 2015

July 17 - August 23

WSC-2015The Worcester Shakespeare Festival on Alternatives’ Community Plaza at the Historic Whitin Mill
proudly presents All’s Well that Ends Well,in repertory with Love’s Labour’s Lost.

Summer Season
 July 17 through August 23

Showtimes
Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00 PM
Sundays at 2:00 PM

In All’s Well that Ends Well, low-born Helena falls in love with Bertram, a Countess’s spoiled son, who does not return her affections. When she is confronted with the impossible task to earn his love, we discover that all is fair in love & war!

Love’s Labour’s Lost tells of King Ferdinand and his lords, who forswear the company of women to devote themselves to study. But when the Princess of France and her ladies arrive at Ferdinand’s court, the men’s resolve may waiver.

Alternatives’ Community Plaza
50 Douglas Road, Whitinsville
and
The GB & Lexi Singh Performance Center
Alternatives’ Whitin Mill
60 Douglas Road, Whitinsville, MA

For the performance calender and to purchase tickets online,
visit WorcesterShakespeareCompany.org.

Tickets are also available at the door. Adults: $20, Seniors/Students: $15, Children under 12: free!
In case of inclement weather, the performance moves indoors.


In the Press!

A melding of music and acting for Worcester Shakespeare Company performer,
Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Charm, wit ensure that ‘Love’s Labour’ isn’t lost, Worcester Telegram & Gazette