written by william shakespeare and google translate
conceived/directed by melissa ingle
original music by stephanie l. carlin
stage managed by adria branson & alex chruch-gonzales
starring ethan coniglio, sylvia czubarow, yoni weiss, sophia carlin, libby lee, scout swonger, nolan atterbury, gavin cranmer, chance riley kester, sarah hurley, nick jeffs, johnny travers, linnéa hinkel, chloe gluchanicz, kelly ng, ryan cook, & jameson may
“What happens when you put Shakespeare’s work through Google Translate umpteen times?” By deconstructing language and music, examining how we interpret classical text in the 21st century, and by allowing Shakespearian text to let loose and be funny, we hope our audiences will discover that “where words fail, music speaks.”
Regardless of what language theatre is expressed through, we all seem to stop and listen to the rhythm, tempo, cadence, and lyrical quality within the music of language that provides greater understanding of human empathy.
copyright by melissa ingle © 2020