Cymbeline to Kick Off A Noise Within’s 2012-13 Season

A Noise Within has announced its 2012-13 Season; a collection of plays linked by journeys. Some are physical, others are emotional, all are spiritual. From Cymbeline’s voyage of discovery, to The Grapes of Wrath’s epic search for a better life, from The Beaux’ Stratagem’s hilarious, headlong stumble into love, to Eurydice’s poetic dance with eternity….there’s a journey for us all.

By William Shakespeare
Directed by Bart DeLorenzo
Sept 22 – Nov 18, 2012
**William Shakespeare’s greatest romantic fairy-tale. Brimming with romance, mystery, and violent intrigue, it uncovers, the resiliency of love and its conquest over chaos.  

The Doctor’s Dilemma
By George Bernard Shaw
Directed by Damaso Rodriguez
Oct 13 – Nov 25, 2012
**Who to save: a kindly colleague who serves the poor, or an extremely talented but unscrupulous young artist? Shaw’s incisive comedy is an indictment of both the medical profession and the artistic sensibility.

A Christmas Carol
By Charles Dickens
Adapted for the stage by Geoff Elliott
Directed by Geoff Elliott & Julia Rodriguez-Elliott
Dec 1 – 23, 2012
**Charles Dickens’ love letter to the human race – the penultimate holiday ghost story that single-handedly defines the healing power of forgiveness.

The Grapes of Wrath
By John Steinbeck
Adapted by Frank Galati
Directed by Michael Michetti
Feb 16 – May 11, 2013
**From Oklahoma to California, John Steinbeck’s quintessential American story of hope and survival is brought to the stage by Frank Galati’s supremely theatrical adaptation.

Based on the Greek Orpheus Myth
By Sarah Ruhl
Directed by Julia Rodriguez-Elliot and Geoff Elliott
Mar 9 – May 19, 2013
**Pulitzer Prize Nominee Sarah Ruhl uses a hauntingly poetic style to re-tell the classic Greek myth of Orpheus through the eyes of his new wife, Eurydice – a magical experience with gripping emotional potency.

The Beaux’ Stratagem
By George Farquhar
Adapted by Thornton Wilder and Ken Ludwig
Mar 30 – May 26. 2013
**Two girl-crazy adventurers on the road-trip of their young lives tumble face-first into love in this swashbuckling romp. Thornton Wilder and Ken Ludwig’s adaptation infuses Farquhar’s original tale with irresistible vibrancy and panache.

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