Something wicked this way comes to T&G this October. A noble warrior and his cunning bride get their hands bloody in Shakespeare's unforgettable tale of unbridled ambition and supernatural horror.
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Directed by Steven Carroll.
Set against the backdrop of a run-down carnival, Assassins takes a look inside the minds of the men and women who assassinated or attempted to assassinate presidents throughout American history.
Directed by Drew Doss.
Auditions will be held on Oct 5th and 6th. More details to come.
Something wicked this way comes to T&G. A noble warrior and his cunning bride get their hands bloody in Shakespeare’s unforgettable tale of unbridled ambition and supernatural horror.
Set against the backdrop of a run-down carnival, Assassins takes a look inside the minds of the men and women who assassinated or attempted to assassinate presidents throughout American history. Music and Lyrics by STEPHEN SONDHEIM and Book by JOHN WEIDMAN
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