Directed by Michelle Batt
July 20 — August 6, 2017
Thursdays through Sundays @ 8pm
Schiller Park (German Village), Amphitheater Stage
Aphra Behn’s 1687 comedy is a zany blend of commedia dell’arte, music, and science fiction. Servants and lovers run wild in this play which was hugely successful in the English Restoration Period. Behn’s work has been described as, “an affordable mini-spectacle,” and she is one of the great women playwrights in all classic theatre.
Outdoor summer shows are free and open to the public, though donations are encouraged and vital to the continued success of Actors’ Theatre. Reserved seating available.