JOYCE E. HENRY, editor of the Applause Acting Series books (One On One: The Best Women’s Monologues for the 21st Century; One On One: The Best Men’s Monologues for the 21st Century; and the August release DUO!: The Best Scenes for Two for the 21st Century) is professor emerita of Theatre and Communication Studies at Ursinus College. She is also the editor of The Wisdom of Shakespeare (Citadel) and author of Beat the Bard: What’s Your Shakespeare IQ? (Citadel). Currently, she is playing in Tartuffe at Stagenorth in Washburn, Wisconsin.
STAGENORTH is pleased to present Moliere's classic play "Tartuffe" for the next two weekends. The comedy, beautifully translated into English verse by Richard Wilbur, tells the story of a buffoon who gets entangled in the web of a scheming hypocrite. Heralded as one of the most brilliant comedies of all time, this play is directed by Jan Lee and features Jack Beagan, Noah Siegler,
Rick Burkman, Brooke Melek, Janet Bewley,
Lydia Caswell, Nash Rochman, Sam Gray,
Tom Mitchell, Joyce Henry, and Mary Methven.
Located in Washburn, on the beautiful south shore of Lake Superior at Chequamegon Bay, the “gateway to the Apostle Islands”, STAGENORTH is a performing arts center designed to entertain, educate and include the community in live theater. The new STAGENORTH, the only purpose-built theater in the area, was opened in July 2007.
STAGENORTH house is a 145-seat theater, including a 50-seat balcony. The two-story lobby has seating areas, a performing space, and THE STAGE DOOR BAR, a casual bar open seven days a week. The bar features wireless Internet and a spacious terrace facing Lake Superior’s Chequamegon Bay.
In 2002 the Governor of the State of Wisconsin officially designated STAGENORTH a Wisconsin Treasure.
The next two weekends
Thursday-Saturday at 7:30
Sunday at 2PM
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