The production, which began on March 17 and runs through April 26th, has been called “a spirited production with top tier talent” by Shakespearances.com, and “a production people will be talking about for years to come” by the Baltimore Post-Examiner. Following the story of knight errant Don Quixote, Director Alan Paul‘s combination of sharp wit, moving music, and poignant storytelling brings new life to the classic tale by Miguel de Cervantes.
Take a sneak peek and watch a montage of Man of La Mancha here:
To purchase tickets while they’re still available, visit the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s website, or call their box office at 202.547.1122. We hope to see you there!
The American Scottish Foundation is a proud partner with the NYC Landmarks 50 Alliance and would like to share with you the lighting of the Empire State Building in honor of the 50th anniversary of the NYC Landmarks Law. The lighting is scheduled for Wednesday, April 15 at sunset, starting at 7:34 pm.
The law, which was established on April 19, 1965, was established, among many reasons, to help safeguard New York’s historic and cultural heritage, encourage civic pride, protect and enhance the city’s attractions for tourists, and strengthen the city’s economy. Learn more about the history of the Landmarks Law on their homepage.