The 2013 season includes two Festival favorites (William Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors and Macbeth), along with one new play for the whole family (Failure: A Love Story by Philip Dawkins). Performances are Tuesday through Sunday evenings at the Theatre at the Ewing Cultural Center, along with additional matinee performances on the weekends in the Center for the Performing Arts Theatre (added this year). The Festival continues until August 10.
Jordan Coughtry as Antipholus of Syracuse and Kevin Rich as Dromio in The Comedy of Errors (Photo by Pete Guither)
(left to right) Michele Stine, David Fisch, Martin Hanna, Thomas Anthony Quinn, David Hathway, Kelsey Bunner, Arif Yampolsky, Kraig Kelsey, and Carlos Kmet in The Comedy of Errors (Photo by Pete Guither)
Wendy Robie, Amanda Catania, and Eva Balistrieri as the Three Weird Sisters in Macbeth (Photo by Pete Guither)
Neal Moeller as Macbeth and Nisi Sturgis as Lady Macbeth in Macbeth (Photo by Pete Guither)
Cody Proctor as John N. Fail and Andrew Voss as Dog in Failure: A Love Story (Photo by Pete Guither)
Lindsay Smiling as Grandfather Clock and Nisi Sturgis as Gertrude Fail in Failure: A Love Story (Photo by Pete Guither)