The Book of Will
Without William Shakespeare, we wouldn’t have literary masterpieces like Romeo and Juliet. But without actors Henry Condell and John Heminges, we would have lost half of Shakespeare’s plays forever! So, the King’s Men are getting the band back together. The goal: to gather the Bard’s scattered masterpieces and bind them to each other, and to history. It’s a grand feat, to be sure. Especially for a community of actors who may know all the ins and outs of iambic pentameter, but next to nothing about binding books. Even so, they undertake their mission with pluck and wit and hearts full of joy. It’s a theatrical, beat-the-clock race to save a legacy, offering some of Shakespeare’s greatest hits spoken by your favorite players.Note:
All single in-person tickets are subject to a $2 service fee per ticket.Select Performances will be Live Streamed! Click here to learn more and purchase streaming tickets.Face masks will be required for all patrons at all times at the following performances:Sunday, March 12, 2023Friday, March 17, 2023Face masks are optional, but strongly encouraged, for all other performances. In the event that the CDC rating for Anne Arundel County is "High," masks will be required for all audiences.