We’re not out of the forest yet . . .
Having completed our production of “The Forest” last week, we are now happy to announce the start of our new production: “Marian, or The True Tale of Robin Hood” written by Adam Szymkowicz!
Described as a “gender-bending, patriarchy-smashing, hilarious new take on the classic tale” the play tells the story of Maid Marian, alias Robin Hood, and her merry, forest-dwelling, poorly named crew “The Merry Men” (who are definitely not all men). This wacky ensemble is caught between struggling to provide for the poor by stealing from Prince John and dealing with their own personal turmoils, exploring themes of friendship, love and the LGBTQ+ experience.
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Q&A With the Directors
Last spring, Carmen and Isabel, our two co-writers and co-directors of The Forest attended a colloquium on the topic “Performing Shakespeare” together at the English Seminar. As this topic fit the BPM’s 2021 production and what Isabel and Carmen did with their adaption of Macbeth perfectly, one of their classmates, Philipp Makowski, conducted a littleContinue reading “Q&A With the Directors”
Woohoo, here’s our trailer for our upcoming play, The Forest! Enjoy watching and go reserve your tickets here! We can’t wait to show you what we have been working on 🙂
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