Shakespeare’s fairy tale play Cymbeline, written towards the end of his career, presents a world turned upside down by questions of love and betrayal. Listed as a tragedy in the First Folio, the classification-defying play is filled with kings, queens, lower-class clowns, physical humor, cross-dressing women and men, poisons, sword fights, dastardly villains and deaths. Featuring an original score by composer Christopher Hoag, the production has something for everyone to enjoy. Michael J. Arndt directs.
Admission is $10, free with CLU ID. To purchase tickets, click here. For information, call 805-493-3452.
Image: Imogen by Herbert Gustave Schmatz (1856-1935)