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As of August 16, BAM requires proof of Covid-19 vaccination for all visitors and staff. We are continually adapting our policies in adherence with the most up-to-date health and safety protocols.
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Classes

Behind The Scenes: King And Country

 
 
Wed, Apr 20, 2016
  • 5PM
 
 
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RUN TIME: 2hrs plus post-performance tour and discussion (ticket to the performance is not included)
ALL TICKETS:  $35; $25 for Members (meal box included)
 
 
 
 
 
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In conjunction with King and Country
With Neil Kutner, Ryan Gastelum, Ben Tyreman, Owen Horsley

Get an in-depth look at the Royal Shakespeare Company’s epic staging of King and Country at BAM, from budgeting, to design, to production management, and beyond. In this seminar led by BAM’s Director of Production Neil Kutner and Production Supervisor Ryan Gastelum, with the Royal Shakespeare Company’s tour manager Ben Tyreman, participants gain insight into the unique challenges involved in bringing these four plays to the stage.

Class participants are encouraged to purchase a ticket to the 7:30pm performance of Henry IV, Part I. Following the performance, participants will be invited to a backstage tour.

 
 
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In this momentous six-week residency, director Gregory Doran and the Royal Shakespeare Company present Shakespeare’s epic four-play cycle comprising Richard II, Henry IV Parts I & II, and Henry V.

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Mar 26—Apr 30, 2016
 
Henry IV Part I
Mar 26—Apr 30, 2016
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Henry IV fends off rebellion, Falstaff cavorts at the tavern, and Prince Hal proves his kingly mettle in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s take on Henry IV, featuring Antony Sher and Alex Hassell.

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