Opening Sept. 30 — “Rough Magic: A Shakespeare Quartet” (Sept. 30, Oct. 1, Oct. 6-8)

Contact:Professor Kerry Noonan — knoonan@champlain.edu, (802) 865-5494

(Video interview with Kerry Noonan below)

Tips for integrating Rough Magic into your courses

Rough Magic: A Shakespeare Quartet

Compiled from the Works of William Shakespeare by Paul Mackley,

J. Andrew McGrath, and Anthony Fusco

Directed by Kerry Noonan and performed by four Champlain College students (see cast list below), Rough Magic is a compilation woven of various Shakespeare pieces, all with the theme of magic or disguise.  Four actors take on a variety of parts, from comedy to tragedy, in this whirlwind tour of some of Shakespeare’s finest characters.  Come see magicians, fairies, lovers, witches, death scenes, love scenes, and even some sonnets, all brought to life in this tribute to the Bard’s imagination.

PERFORMANCES: September 30, October 1 & October 6-8 at 8:00 P.M.

PERRY HALL PRESENTATION ROOM, Champlain College

$15.00/General   $5.00/ Champlain Faculty and Staff   Students free with Champlain College ID        Tickets also at the door!

Call 802 865 5494 for information.

Rough Magic — starring:

David Bender (3rd year student)

Liam Callaghan (1st year student)

Megan Leonard (1st year student)

Stephannie Scott (2nd year student)

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One Response to Opening Sept. 30 — “Rough Magic: A Shakespeare Quartet” (Sept. 30, Oct. 1, Oct. 6-8)

  1. Joseph McGrath says:

    Good luck, Kerry! I loved it too. And it’s shaped me ever since . . .

    Joe McGrath – Director of the first production of Rough Magic back before God sometime . . .
    theroguetheatre.org (check out the Manifesto, and Immortal Longings)

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