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Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language

April 2016

Elements Theatre Company celebrated Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary, paying tribute to his brilliant life with Labyrinth: A Legacy of Language. The Company took us on a journey through the ages with several playwrights influenced by Shakespeare, exploring scenes of Revenge and Forgiveness—culminating with works of Shakespeare himself. Ibsen, Wilde, Stoppard, and other giants lent their voices in this homage to Shakespeare’s genius, through expressions of the human heart that echoed the Bard’s own masterful renderings of humanity—in all its grime and glory.


The Real Thing by Tom Stoppard
—Max & Charlotte

Sonnet 126 by William Shakespeare

A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams

Lady Windermere’s Fan by Oscar Wilde
—Mrs. Erlynne, Lady Windermere, Lord Windermere, Parker

Sonnet 90 by William Shakespeare

A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen
—Krogstad &  Khristine

The School for Scandal by Richard Sheridan
—Joseph Surface, Servant, Lady Teazle, Sir Peter, Charles Surface

Sonnet  144
 by William Shakespeare

Much Ado About Nothing  by William Shakespeare
—Benedick & Beatrice

Hamlet by William Shakespeare
—Hamlet & Ghost

Sonnet 64 by William Shakespeare

Titus Andronicus by William Shakespeare
—Titus, Tamora, Chiron, Demetrius

The Tempest by William Shakespeare

Dr. Kathryn Moncrief, Ph.D., Professor and Chair of English at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland, was Guest Speaker for the pre-performance lectures.