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"MEASURE FOR MEASURE" April 29th-May 2nd: Last Shakespeare at Love Creek Show

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Sleeping Imogen (Kirsten Walsh)

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Imogen anchored to Posthumus

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Belarius and his 'sons' - Polydore and Cadwal

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The ghostly family of Posthumus

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The treacherous Iachimo at war

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A thoughtful Cymbeline heeding the words of the Soothsayer

PRODUCTION NINE

CYMBELINE, written in 1609 or 1610, was one of Shakespeare's last plays, and his second "Romance", a form combining tragedy, comedy and masque, a form that he would bring to perfection in "The Tempest". A Romance, in addition to the love story its name implies, also features fairy-tale-like elements: an evil stepmother, long lost children, transformations, potions, apparitions and reconciliations.



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Cymbeline angered at Imogen

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Cloten imposing his will on Pisanio

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Caius Lucius encounters the plotting Queen

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Lady Katherine confers with Dr. Cornelia

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The Soothsayer speaks

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