Calendar

Apr
25
Fri

Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

Friday, April 25
7:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
8:00 Performance of Labyrinth
Reception following

Saturday, April 26
12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
6:15 Dinner
8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”

For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

Apr
25
Fri

Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

Friday, April 25
7:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
8:00 Performance of Labyrinth
Reception following

Saturday, April 26
12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
6:15 Dinner
8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”

For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

Apr
26
Sat

Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

Saturday, April 26
12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, Ph.D., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
6:15 Dinner
8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
Guided discussion/Talk back with John Clark and some of the actors
Reception following

After the performance of Labyrinth on April 26th, John Clark will lead a guided discussion/talkback with some of the actors.

For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

May
31
Sat

Gloriae Dei Cantores

  • Please call 508-240-2400 for event information and tickets. Schedule is subject to change — please call to confirm times.
  • Apr
    26
    Sat

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, Ph.D., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    Guided discussion/Talk back with John Clark and some of the actors
    Reception following

    After the performance of Labyrinth on April 26th, John Clark will lead a guided discussion/talkback with some of the actors.

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    Apr
    25
    Fri

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Friday, April 25
    7:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    8:00 Performance of Labyrinth
    Reception following

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    Apr
    26
    Sat

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, Ph.D., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    Guided discussion/Talk back with John Clark and some of the actors
    Reception following

    After the performance of Labyrinth on April 26th, John Clark will lead a guided discussion/talkback with some of the actors.

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    May
    31
    Sat

    Gloriae Dei Cantores

  • Please call 508-240-2400 for event information and tickets. Schedule is subject to change — please call to confirm times.
  • Apr
    27
    Sun
    Apr
    25
    Fri

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Friday, April 25
    7:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    8:00 Performance of Labyrinth
    Reception following

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    Apr
    26
    Sat

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, Ph.D., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    Guided discussion/Talk back with John Clark and some of the actors
    Reception following

    After the performance of Labyrinth on April 26th, John Clark will lead a guided discussion/talkback with some of the actors.

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    May
    31
    Sat

    Gloriae Dei Cantores

  • Please call 508-240-2400 for event information and tickets. Schedule is subject to change — please call to confirm times.
  • Apr
    28
    Mon
    Apr
    25
    Fri

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Friday, April 25
    7:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    8:00 Performance of Labyrinth
    Reception following

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    Apr
    26
    Sat

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, Ph.D., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    Guided discussion/Talk back with John Clark and some of the actors
    Reception following

    After the performance of Labyrinth on April 26th, John Clark will lead a guided discussion/talkback with some of the actors.

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    May
    31
    Sat

    Gloriae Dei Cantores

  • Please call 508-240-2400 for event information and tickets. Schedule is subject to change — please call to confirm times.
  • May
    2
    Fri
    Apr
    25
    Fri

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Friday, April 25
    7:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    8:00 Performance of Labyrinth
    Reception following

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    Apr
    26
    Sat

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, Ph.D., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    Guided discussion/Talk back with John Clark and some of the actors
    Reception following

    After the performance of Labyrinth on April 26th, John Clark will lead a guided discussion/talkback with some of the actors.

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    May
    31
    Sat

    Gloriae Dei Cantores

  • Please call 508-240-2400 for event information and tickets. Schedule is subject to change — please call to confirm times.
  • May
    3
    Sat
    Apr
    25
    Fri

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Friday, April 25
    7:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    8:00 Performance of Labyrinth
    Reception following

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    Apr
    26
    Sat

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, Ph.D., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    Guided discussion/Talk back with John Clark and some of the actors
    Reception following

    After the performance of Labyrinth on April 26th, John Clark will lead a guided discussion/talkback with some of the actors.

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    May
    31
    Sat

    Gloriae Dei Cantores

  • Please call 508-240-2400 for event information and tickets. Schedule is subject to change — please call to confirm times.
  • May
    4
    Sun
    Apr
    25
    Fri

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Friday, April 25
    7:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    8:00 Performance of Labyrinth
    Reception following

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    Apr
    26
    Sat

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, Ph.D., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    Guided discussion/Talk back with John Clark and some of the actors
    Reception following

    After the performance of Labyrinth on April 26th, John Clark will lead a guided discussion/talkback with some of the actors.

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    May
    31
    Sat

    Gloriae Dei Cantores

  • Please call 508-240-2400 for event information and tickets. Schedule is subject to change — please call to confirm times.
  • May
    11
    Sun
    Apr
    25
    Fri

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Friday, April 25
    7:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    8:00 Performance of Labyrinth
    Reception following

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    Apr
    26
    Sat

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, Ph.D., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    Guided discussion/Talk back with John Clark and some of the actors
    Reception following

    After the performance of Labyrinth on April 26th, John Clark will lead a guided discussion/talkback with some of the actors.

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    May
    31
    Sat

    Gloriae Dei Cantores

  • Please call 508-240-2400 for event information and tickets. Schedule is subject to change — please call to confirm times.
  • May
    14
    Wed
    Apr
    25
    Fri

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Friday, April 25
    7:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    8:00 Performance of Labyrinth
    Reception following

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    Apr
    26
    Sat

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, Ph.D., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    Guided discussion/Talk back with John Clark and some of the actors
    Reception following

    After the performance of Labyrinth on April 26th, John Clark will lead a guided discussion/talkback with some of the actors.

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    May
    31
    Sat

    Gloriae Dei Cantores

  • Please call 508-240-2400 for event information and tickets. Schedule is subject to change — please call to confirm times.
  • May
    15
    Thu
    Apr
    25
    Fri

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Friday, April 25
    7:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    8:00 Performance of Labyrinth
    Reception following

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    Apr
    26
    Sat

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, Ph.D., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    Guided discussion/Talk back with John Clark and some of the actors
    Reception following

    After the performance of Labyrinth on April 26th, John Clark will lead a guided discussion/talkback with some of the actors.

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    May
    31
    Sat

    Gloriae Dei Cantores

  • Please call 508-240-2400 for event information and tickets. Schedule is subject to change — please call to confirm times.
  • May
    18
    Sun
    Apr
    25
    Fri

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Friday, April 25
    7:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    8:00 Performance of Labyrinth
    Reception following

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    Apr
    26
    Sat

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, Ph.D., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    Guided discussion/Talk back with John Clark and some of the actors
    Reception following

    After the performance of Labyrinth on April 26th, John Clark will lead a guided discussion/talkback with some of the actors.

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    May
    31
    Sat

    Gloriae Dei Cantores

  • Please call 508-240-2400 for event information and tickets. Schedule is subject to change — please call to confirm times.
  • Apr
    25
    Fri

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Friday, April 25
    7:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    8:00 Performance of Labyrinth
    Reception following

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    Apr
    26
    Sat

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, Ph.D., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    Guided discussion/Talk back with John Clark and some of the actors
    Reception following

    After the performance of Labyrinth on April 26th, John Clark will lead a guided discussion/talkback with some of the actors.

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    May
    31
    Sat

    Gloriae Dei Cantores

  • Please call 508-240-2400 for event information and tickets. Schedule is subject to change — please call to confirm times.
  • May
    25
    Sun
    Apr
    25
    Fri

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Friday, April 25
    7:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    8:00 Performance of Labyrinth
    Reception following

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    Apr
    26
    Sat

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, Ph.D., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    Guided discussion/Talk back with John Clark and some of the actors
    Reception following

    After the performance of Labyrinth on April 26th, John Clark will lead a guided discussion/talkback with some of the actors.

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    May
    31
    Sat

    Gloriae Dei Cantores

  • Please call 508-240-2400 for event information and tickets. Schedule is subject to change — please call to confirm times.
  • Apr
    25
    Fri

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Friday, April 25
    7:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    8:00 Performance of Labyrinth
    Reception following

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    Apr
    26
    Sat

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, Ph.D., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    Guided discussion/Talk back with John Clark and some of the actors
    Reception following

    After the performance of Labyrinth on April 26th, John Clark will lead a guided discussion/talkback with some of the actors.

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    May
    31
    Sat

    Gloriae Dei Cantores

  • Please call 508-240-2400 for event information and tickets. Schedule is subject to change — please call to confirm times.
  • Apr
    25
    Fri

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Friday, April 25
    7:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    8:00 Performance of Labyrinth
    Reception following

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    Apr
    26
    Sat

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, Ph.D., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    Guided discussion/Talk back with John Clark and some of the actors
    Reception following

    After the performance of Labyrinth on April 26th, John Clark will lead a guided discussion/talkback with some of the actors.

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    May
    31
    Sat

    Gloriae Dei Cantores

  • Please call 508-240-2400 for event information and tickets. Schedule is subject to change — please call to confirm times.
  • May
    29
    Thu
    Apr
    25
    Fri

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Friday, April 25
    7:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    8:00 Performance of Labyrinth
    Reception following

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    Apr
    26
    Sat

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, Ph.D., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    Guided discussion/Talk back with John Clark and some of the actors
    Reception following

    After the performance of Labyrinth on April 26th, John Clark will lead a guided discussion/talkback with some of the actors.

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    May
    31
    Sat

    Gloriae Dei Cantores

  • Please call 508-240-2400 for event information and tickets. Schedule is subject to change — please call to confirm times.
  • Holy Eucharist

    Apr
    25
    Fri

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Friday, April 25
    7:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    8:00 Performance of Labyrinth
    Reception following

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    Apr
    26
    Sat

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, Ph.D., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    Guided discussion/Talk back with John Clark and some of the actors
    Reception following

    After the performance of Labyrinth on April 26th, John Clark will lead a guided discussion/talkback with some of the actors.

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    May
    31
    Sat

    Gloriae Dei Cantores

  • Please call 508-240-2400 for event information and tickets. Schedule is subject to change — please call to confirm times.
  • May
    31
    Sat

    Gloriae Dei Cantores

    Apr
    25
    Fri

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Friday, April 25
    7:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    8:00 Performance of Labyrinth
    Reception following

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    Apr
    26
    Sat

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, Ph.D., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    Guided discussion/Talk back with John Clark and some of the actors
    Reception following

    After the performance of Labyrinth on April 26th, John Clark will lead a guided discussion/talkback with some of the actors.

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    May
    31
    Sat

    Gloriae Dei Cantores

  • Please call 508-240-2400 for event information and tickets. Schedule is subject to change — please call to confirm times.
  • Jun
    1
    Sun
    Apr
    25
    Fri

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Friday, April 25
    7:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    8:00 Performance of Labyrinth
    Reception following

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, PhD., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.

    Apr
    26
    Sat

    Elements Theatre Company presents a 450th birthday celebration for William Shakespeare. Join us April 25-26 for lectures, performances of “Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language,” and a birthday dinner party in honor of the Bard!

    Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language
    An original work exploring the Bard’s influence on playwrights through the centuries, Labyrinth takes us on a journey through time with scenes by Tom Stoppard, Tennessee Williams, Henrik Ibsen, Richard Sheridan, and ultimately to Shakespeare himself as the source of the inspiration.

    Saturday, April 26
    12:00-2:00 Brown bag lunches available for purchase
    Enjoy our display about Shakespeare’s life and times
    2:00 Pre-performance lecture by John Clark, Ph.D., C.E.C., Founder of The Inquiring Mind
    3:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    5:15 Service of Choral Evensong
    6:15 Dinner
    8:00 Performance of “Labyrinth”
    Guided discussion/Talk back with John Clark and some of the actors
    Reception following

    After the performance of Labyrinth on April 26th, John Clark will lead a guided discussion/talkback with some of the actors.

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit www.elementstheatre.org or call 508-240-2400.