Twelfth Night: Or What You Will (2015)
Known to many as one of Shakespeare’s most perfect comedies, Twelfth Night is a wild and touching story of a set of separate twins desperate to find their other half. Shakespeare’s stirring and memorable language is masterfully paired with hilarious physical and visual comedy, inciting tears and laughter in equal measure and sometimes simultaneously. This play deals with the nature of love and loss, asking intriguing questions about gender roles, identity and attraction. Timeless and thought provoking, Twelfth Night is the perfect play for inspiring dialogue amongst our contemporary audience.
Harry the King by William Shakespeare (2014)
The Famous Victories of Henry V
The adventurous tale of a rebellious prince who grows up to become one of England’s most revered kings. Adapted from William Shakespeare’s historical plays Henry IV pt. 1, pt. 2 and Henry V, this story follows Prince Henry, who seems to be doing everything a young prince shouldn’t. But when he’s called upon to become king and ‘pay the debt he never promised,’ he rises to the occasion, uniting a country and inspiring a nation.
This is a play about leadership and honour; about fathers and sons; about love and laughter; and about fighting for what you believe in, despite impossible odds.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare (2013)
Lovers in a dangerous time, spooky woods, fighting fairies, mistaken identities, hardworking men in makeup, love and laughter, music, magic and mayhem, and all the excitement that comes when friendship and love are pushed to their limits.
The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare (2012)
Women are crazy! Men are idiots! Throughout the ages, the sexes have felt this way about their opposites at one time or another. For William Shakespeare, this conflict inspired sheer, comic genius in The Taming of the Shrew. When fortune-hunting scoundrel Petruchio meets wealthy, shrewish Katharina, sparks fly (and furniture too!) But like any good romantic comedy – when the heated arguments and passionate disdain subside – love prevails.
This production toured Montreal parks from Wednesday, July 11 until Sunday, August 5, 2012. READ MORE
Macbeth by William Shakespeare (2011)
Witches and ghosts, thunder and lightning, supernatural haunts in the night that arouses fear and treason — William Shakespeare’s great tragedy: Macbeth! This was Repercussion Theatre’s 2011 Shakespeare-in-the-Park production. The story of one man’s ambition, the natural and supernatural forces that motivate him, and the ill-fated reign he tries to maintain. READ MORE
Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare (2010)
The greatest love story ever told, William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, was Repercussion Theatre’s 2010 Shakespeare-in-the-Park production. Two feuding families. Forbidden love between their teenage offspring. Romeo and Juliet is one of Shakespeare’s greatest and most popular plays with all the elements of a blockbuster. READ MORE