|The City Theatre Company
|3823 Airport Blvd. Suite D, 78722 512-524-2870 email@example.com
|The City Theatre is the city's theater, a world class performing arts venue established for Austin directors, designers
and performers who have one goal: the continued excellence in stage performances and the desire to bring that quality,
committment, and service to the central Texas theatrical community.
|July 11 - 21
Santa Cruz Theater
Thursday - Saturday 8 pm. Sunday 4 pm.
Industry Night Wednesday, July 17th
|Lovers, conjurors, ship-wrecked wanderers, and raging winds – and
hearts - take the stage in Shakespeare’s epic romantic play.
A fantastic, storm-raging theatre event you don’t want to miss.
“Be not afeard, the isle is full of noises...” – Tempest Act III, Scene 2
Trickery, mystery, and revenge set the stage for one of Shakespeare
masterpieces, where spirits roam, magic is real, reality is elusive, and illusion
abounds. In this fanciful classic, often compared to A Midsummer Night’s
Dream, an exiled noble turned sorcerer uses his power to raise a fierce storm,
shipwrecking a group of conspirators onto his remote island home that’s full of
mysterious and magical beasts, and nothing is as it seems. There, attended by
his daughter, the sorcerer leads his enemies through a fantastic dream where
all must choose between vengeance and the freedom that can only come with
reconciliation and forgiveness. Conjure up a night of unforgettable
“We are such stuff as dreams are made on.” - Prospero
First written and performed around 1611, The Tempest is considered to be the
last of Shakespeare’s late romance plays and believed to be one of the last
plays he wrote alone. For centuries, the play was disregarded and viewed as
an inferior work compared to others in Shakespeare's collection. Before the
ban of play performances in 1642, it was rarely performed, and only gained
popularity after the Restoration when his plays were brought back to the stage.
In the twentieth century, scholars, and actors alike, began to reconsider the
play's value, and today it is considered one of the bards most well-written
plays. If you’ve never seen a Shakespeare play before,
this is a great place to start!
Starring the incredible cast of George Kendall, Tristan Evans,
Sunny Huang, Emma Parsons, Denver Surgener,
Sunshine Garrison, Fernando Velez, Chuck Winkler,
Anthony Nichols, Mick D’Arcy, Marc Balester, Peter Young,
Bonnie Lambert, Holly Garrison, and Sarah Weiner.
Directed by LEVI GORE Musical Direction GEORGE KENDALL
Choreography SUSANNAH CROWELL
Costumes and Makeup KAYLEE SILCOCKS
Set Design CORRINA BROWNING
SHOW INFORMATION AT A GLANCE
The Tempest by William Shakespeare
July 11 - 21. Thursday – Saturday 8 pm. Sunday 4 pm.
Industry Night Wednesday, February 17th 8 pm.
Santa Cruz Theater. 1805 E. 7th St. Austin, TX 78702.
General Seating $15. Center Row Reserved $20-25. Thursday all seats $10.
Group and student discounts. Reservations 512-524-2870 or