Romeo & Juliet
October 14, 8 PM
A Production by The Acting Company
Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Leah C. Gardiner
Tickets: $25-$35 plus fees* or 4 for $90 plus fees* using promo code 4FOR90
* Fees: All tickets will be charged a $2 per ticket service fee. For delivery by USPS, an additional $5 per order fee is applied. When tickets are purchased in person at the Queens Theatre Box Office, the service fee is waived.
William Shakespeare’s iconic and timeless Romeo and Juliet is one of the greatest love stories in literature. The gripping drama spun out of the ancient grudge between two families makes Romeo and Juliet as relevant to modern society as it was to audiences four centuries ago. The star-crossed lovers follow their passion to the ultimate tragic end. In Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare offers some of the most glorious poetry ever written, spoken by complex and memorable characters, establishing the standard for all love stories written since. With gorgeous costumes and music, enchanting parties, moonlit nights, dank graveyards, and blood-strewn streets, The Acting Company’s fresh production breathes new life into this enduring tale. See this special preview performance before the show sets out on a national tour!
This performance will offer the following accessibility services:
Assisted Listening Devices are available at all Queens Theatre performances. Please ask a member of the Front of House team for a headset upon arrival.
Open Captioning will be provided at this performance. Select seats on the left side of the theatre in rows B-G for the best view of the captioning screen.
Audio Description will be offered at this performance. Please ask a member of the Front of House team for a headset upon arrival.
Leah C. Gardiner
Scenic Design by Edward E. Haynes Jr.
Costume Design by Lex Liang
Lighting Design by Dawn Chiang
Sound Design and Music by Lindsay Jones
Choreography by Adesola Osakalumi
Fight Choreography by J. David Brimmer
Voice and Speech Coaching by Xavier Clark
Casting by Victor Vazquez
Dramaturgy by Dr. Robert Shimko and Jennifer Ellison
Intimacy Coordination by Ann James
Stage Management by Melissa Richter