Thank you for joining us on Sunday, November 17th at 6:30 in Pasadena for our workshop production of "A Sad Tale's Best for Winter"-
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A Sad Tale's Best for Winter
Written and Directed by Anna Miles
Produced by Valerie Larsen
Composed and Music Directed by Valerie Larsen
Choreographed by Himerria Wortham
Assistant Directed by Miranda Clement
Stage Managed by Nicki Heskin
William Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale could be said to ask the question: “how can we forgive?”
But what about the times when we can’t forgive? Is it possible to move forward, and to heal, in those moments when the catastrophic violence can’t be erased with miraculous forgiveness?
Through text both classic and original and through song, dance, and spoken word, A Sad Tale’s Best for Winter, a new adaption of The Winter's Tale by Anna Miles, explores these questions by interrupting and disrupting Shakespeare’s text- bringing the story into a fantasy world where women live isolated from men, where bears hide behind trees in relentless pursuit, and where a new generation struggles to undo the centuries worth of fear, pain, and violence in the hopes of creating a new, better world.
presented under the auspices of the Actor's Equity Association Los Angeles Self-Produced Project Code
promotional pictures by Chris Meissner