BOLD-choice Theatre

CHOICE, unlimited is a private nonprofit agency dedicated to supporting individuals with disabilities. CHOICE, unlimited’s mission is to provide quality services to adults with special needs leading them to greater self-determination and independence. The BOLD-choice Theatre Company was developed to help more fully realize this mission.

Romeo and Juliet’s Tragic Comedy is an original piece created by the BOLD-choice Theatre Company based on the Shakespearean classic tale of star-cross’d love. In the BOLD version of the story, the characters face the realities of discrimination, stereotyping, alienation and group think. They also experience the joys of young love, friendship, family and unification. As the story unfolds, the actors themselves get a chance to share the challenges they have personally encountered, as well their own hopes and wishes. Romeo and Juliet’s Tragic Comedy allows the audience a chance to experience a new world with an entertaining and honest twist on the age old story of love and hate. The play encourages the ideas of thinking for oneself and looking beyond pre-conceived notions –questioning why we act the way we do toward people who are different than us. Romeo and Juliet’s Tragic Comedy brings to life the beauty of finding similarities among one another and appreciating the differences that make us unique.

6 Comments

heysme

about 12 years ago

I am hearing that the play will be presented at Marshall High School soon. Dates? Time? Open to public?

purple

about 12 years ago

Romeo & Juliet's Tragic Comedy will be presented at Marshall School's Fregeau Auditorium on Thursday, February 19 at 7:30 p.m. There is a $5.00 suggested donation and kids under 6 are free.

jmcc

about 12 years ago

they say that kids under 6 are free, but let me tell you, there are a lot of hidden costs to those things!

annie

about 12 years ago

It is a performance for kids to come watch, no hidden fee.

jmcc

about 12 years ago

apparently I need a snare/high-hat for my dumb jokes....

purple

about 12 years ago

I got the joke. My kid's over 6 and will never be free..AH-HA,,, (laughed wickedly)..

Leave a Comment

Only registered members can post a comment , Login / Register Here

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!
Read previous post:
Things are tidying up nicely around here

If you haven't visited Perfect Duluth Day all weekend, you must be just noticing that the site has changed. It...

Close