“TAMING OF THE SHREW” BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE.
Canada Day Free Performance begins at 7:00pm Fort Langley Historic Community Hall
Bard in the Valley is presenting Shakespeare’s “Taming of the Shrew” on the front lawn of Fort Langley Community Hall.
The play produced by Diane Gendron will be directed by Darcy J. Knopp.
Darcy has had major roles in three of BIV productions, and has directed two
Comedy of Errors and Julius Caesar. He is a graduate of the drama program at the University of the Fraser Valley.
The 2016 season will open on June 29 on the lawn in front of the Historic Community Hall in Fort Langley. This performance will be followed by one on June 30 and another on July 1 during the Fort Langley Canada Day celebrations. Play begins at 7pm on Canada Day
The next performances will be at the Township 7 Winery on July 8/9/10 and 15/16.
The set will then be moved to Douglas Park for the eight performances on the Spirit Square stage on the weekends of July 21-24 and July 28 to 31.
Images from last year’s Bard in the Valley’s performance of Love’s Labour’s Lost in front of the Fort Langley Community Hall on July 1.
This year’s free performance is The Taming of the Shrew. Sure to be a terrific event!