Southwest Shakespeare has announced three 2022-23 performances to be at Taliesin West in Scottsdale.
The shows will be performed in the pavilion theatre of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West, his winter home and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The acclaimed theatre company will perform two of William Shakespeare’s iconic plays “Love’s Labour Lost,” Nov. 17-20, and “Much Ado About Nothing,” May 18-21, as well as “The Alchemist,” April 13-16, Ben Jonson’s 1610 satire of greed and foolishness directed by David Ira Goldstein.
Taliesin West is at 12621 N. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd., in Scottsdale.
“Performing in this intimate, iconic space is a special experience for both our performers and the audience,” said Southwest Shakespeare’s Producing Artistic Director Debra Ann Byrd. “The actors are able to stretch their wings and bring a new perspective to the text when they are in such a gorgeous architectural space.”
The Taliesin West performances in north Scottsdale are part of Southwest Shakespeare’s efforts to expand to other parts of the Valley, as well as bring works to different types of venues.
Single tickets for performances at Taliesin West are $35 and $45 and are on sale at swshakespeare.org. Bard Cards are also on sale that include six tickets, which can be used in any combination for any of Southwest Shakespeare’s productions.
For full schedule and information visit swshakespeare.org.