2015: Prologue Season
The prologue season of Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival has come to a close. Our thanks to everyone who came out to see the show!
You can read more about our opening season below and check out our upcoming shows HERE!
We open with William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night (or What You Will). You can see the wonderful cast of actors from Phoenix and Flagstaff perform at the Coconino Center for the Arts and at Heritage Square, right in the middle of Flagstaff. Our performance dates are:
Coconino Center for the Arts
July 17, 18, 24 & 25: 7:30pm
July 19 & 26: 3pm
Admission is by donation (Pay what you can). This means you get a great deal; however, it also means we are not pre-selling tickets. Show up early! Doors open at 7pm!
Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival's founders Dawn Tucker, Managing Director, and Jesse Kamps, Artistic Director, want to bring affordable, accessible, enlightening entertainment to the visitors and residents of Flagstaff, Arizona. Through the production of plays by England's finest classical playwright, William Shakespeare, and America's founding playwrights, they aim to enrich the community of Flagstaff and the lives of those passing through. They strive to provide more theatrical opportunities for the talented actors in northern Arizona and bring them together with classical acting enthusiasts from throughout the state and around the world.
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Veritas Preparatory Academy, Southwest Shakespeare Company, Kat McIntosh, Northland Preparatory Academy, Flagstaff Arts Council, Flagstaff Department of Recreation, Theatrikos
First Shakespeare Festival Comes to Flagstaff
Here's the NAZ Today news spot/trailer for Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival's Twelfth Night:
Special thanks to NAZ Today for spending the afternoon with us and putting this lovely trailer together!
At Coconino Center for the Arts. Featuring Alex Oliver, Marshall Glass, and Noah Brown.
Show opens tonight! flagshakes.com/twelfthnight
Twelfth Night: A little laughter
Fabian (John Way), Sir Andrew (Marshall Glass), and Sir Toby Belch (Alex Oliver), share a moment of merriment after a well-executed prank on Malvolio.
Twelfth Night Cast
The cast of Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival's Twelfth Night gears up to move rehearsals to beautiful Flagstaff, Arizona!
Noah Brown (Feste)
Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival's Noah Brown takes notes after our final run in Phoenix.
Isak Bond (Malvolio)
Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival's Isak Bond highlights his lines at our first rehearsal for Twelfth Night!