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The Tempest – Western Summer Shakespeare

Thursday, August 3, 2017
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
International and Graduate Affairs Building
Outdoors, behind the IGAB building
$15 adult / $10 student
The Tempest

Join us for the 37th Annual Western Summer Shakespeare. We are pleased to present “The Tempest”

July 27-30, August 3-6 at 7pm

Tickets: availible at the door only

About The Tempest
On a magical island, Prospero, the dispossessed Duke of Milan, conjures up a shipwreck in order to free himself and his daughter Miranda from exile, with the help of his enchanted servant, Ariel. 

About Western Summer Shakespeare
Western Summer Shakespeare is a longstanding tradition in the London community. It is outdoor theatre, staged on campus at Western University. The first Western Summer Shakespeare performance took place on 4 August 1981, making it the longest running campus, or indeed outdoor, Summer Shakespeare in Canada.

Director: Julia McCarthy (incoming first-year Western student)

Cast:  Students from Western University and Fanshawe College, as well as two community members

Organized by the Department of English and Writing Studies at Western University.

English and Writing Studies
Jo Devereux - Professor
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