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Chicago Il
United States

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The All-Stars use Shakespeare’s Theatre to inspire, entertain, and educate diverse audiences through live performances  and workshops.   Our professional actors and teaching artists present professional theatrical productions that enliven Shakespeare’s plays for veteran theatre-goers and new audiences alike.  We strive to present Shakespeare in a fresh, accessible way by suiting “the action to the word, the word to the action.”

 

Current Season

Our next mainstage show - an adventure in devised work!

Shakespeare's revisionist histories opens March 1!

Directed by Erik Wagner     Musical Direction by Kyra Leigh

Starring Brice Baron, Amber Nicole Cartwright, Carlyle DePriest, Rebecca Joy Fletcher, Frank Gasparro, Mariah Ghant, Adrian George Grigoras, Sean Haynes, Theresa Liebhart, Carly McQuay, & Andrew Seller

In an age where political factions create rifts, immigration and human rights are in question, and fake news mixes with the real, what do we have to learn from Shakespeare’s Histories and the political factions of centuries ago? Shakespeare’s Revisionist Histories is a devised new work inspired by these ten plays and hundreds of years of political corruption. Step into a sanctuary space where, for the moment, we are free to sing, play, dance, speak, and read the bard’s rhetoric.

Playing at Mary’s Attic, 5400 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60640

Thursdays & Fridays @ 7:00 pm:  March 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23

Sundays @ 2:30 pm:  Sun 11 & 18

Reserve your TICKETS! 

March-June 2018

One of Shakespeare’s most beloved & well-known comedies, this fast-paced 75-minute production will keep audiences of all ages engaged and laughing at some of the Bard’s finest work.  BOOK A SHOW!

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June 2018

Playing in the beautiful parks of Chicago, don't miss the most famous love story of all time directed by ensemble member Sam Cheeseman.

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Fall 2017

JT Nagle directs The Comedy of Errors, a  hilarious tale of mistaken identity in a cartoonish world that reflects our own.