UPDATE: Dr. Rusty Jones braves the snow and ice on Monday, March 3 to come to the WKMS studio for a preview of the festival. Hear his conversation with Tracy Ross in the article below.
Love, marriage, jealousy and revenge are themes featured in this year's Murray Shakespeare Festival, featuring performances of Othello, Henry IV, Part 1 and The Merry Wives of Windsor on Murray State's Lovett Auditorium by the American Shakespeare Center. Tickets to the shows are $7 for MSU students, faculty and staff; $12 for the general public. See the full schedule of performances and special events below.
Next week, the American Shakespeare Festival returns to the Murray State campus to present Shakespeare's hilarious comedy Twelfth Night and John Webster's gripping tragedy The Duchess of Malfi. Check out the full festival schedule, which also includes an exciting lineup of workshops, film screenings, and stimulating scholar-led discussions at murraystate.edu/shakespeare. Festival organizers Dr. Barbara Cobb and Dr. Rusty Jones came to the studio to read some Shakespeare and talk about some of the more... interesting elements of both featured productions.