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A storm is brewing and a ship is lost at sea. On an island full of noises, the magician Prospero prepares for a shipwreck which is not all that it seems. Everyone on the island is looking for something. Ferdinand is searching for his lost father, and King Alonso for his son. The spirit Ariel longs to be free. The monster Caliban wants his kingdom back. Stephano, the drunken butler, would like to be a king too. And for Miranda, Prospero's lonely daughter, this is the day she'll meet a Prince and discover who she really is. Can the terrible past be forgiven to make way for a brave new world for all? This production will feature, as A Midsummer Nightâs Dream did in 2008, a strong interactive element to bewitch and entertain an audience of all ages. When the sorcerer Prospero conjures up a storm to shipwreck his enemies, he sets the scene for an enchanting tale of spells, monsters, revenge and romance. For the first time, the production will also have two performances on a Sunday to provide more opportunities for the whole family to share the experience together. Age 6+Performers Joseph Mydell, Michael Camp (Caliban), Matt Costain (Ariel), Akiya Henry (Miranda), John O'Mahoney, William Oxborrow, Tom Silburn.
Author William Shakespeare. Director Liam Steel.
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