The Tempest by William Shakespeare
Sat, May 10th, 2008
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In nearly 400 years of performance, The Tempest continues to intrigue and enchant audiences with its exuberant examination of revenge, love, folly, and the struggle to forgive. In a production that encompasses the expansive history of the work, as well as its modern resonance, a cast of eighteen Williams students takes on Shakespeare’s final work with a renewed interest in its search for identity and self-definition.