Set in ancient Britain, Cymbeline is among Shakespeare’s final triumphs. Masterfully blending comedy, tragedy, romance, and adventure—and featuring one of the early modern stage’s greatest female leads—Cymbeline (like its contemporary The Winter’s Tale) considers the implications of jealousy run wild, and the healing powers of pardon and forgiveness.
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Celebrate African American History Month with God’s Trombones: Seven Negro Sermons in Verse by Harlem Renaissance poet James Weldon Johnson. Directed by Kwame Kenyatta Bey, this lyrical revision of Biblical tales stars local pastors and is a revelation for the whole family about the foundations behind the African American church. Tickets are $25 and available by phone at 410-728-6500 or online at www.arenaplayersinc.com. Playing weekends 2/8/19-2/24/19, showtimes are 8pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Sunday performances begin at 4pm.
Listen to the stories of Lindy and Jane, two 18th century women of Annapolis. Learn about their favorite folktales and how they got their names. Living history interpreter Scotti Preston will present the program and immerse participants in the traditions of storytelling. This program results in fufilling the "Scribe" badge for Girl Scouts. Museum admission and drop-in storytelling activity FREE. Program is for ages 5-14. Registration required.