Kandinsky painting emotions and experiences with abstract color and forms.
Legs swinging wildly to the hot rhythms the Charleston.
Secret knocks and swilling bathtub gin in speakeasies.
The culture of the mid-1920s was changing as fast as a Model-T and with Prohibition in full swing, otherwise law-abiding people having fun with a little secret sin. Shakespeare’s controversial Measure for Measure deals with this same moral question: what makes a sinner?
From a good man sentenced to death for love to a supposedly saintly ruler driven by lust, Measure forces the audience to question supposedly easy answers about what is right and wrong. This is one of Shakespeare’s sleeper comedies, a hilariously bawdy romp that sneaks in some thought-provoking insights on what’s really happening behind your neighbor’s front doors.
NFDC is proud to announce our Spring 2013 production of William Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure.
SHOW EXTENDED! Thursday, Friday, & Saturday May 16 through May 18 – 8pm
Sunday, May 19th at 7pm
Seating begins at 7pm; Show begins at 8pm
General Admission: FREE!
Suggested Donation of $5
Reserved seating at tables will be available for this show. Tables seat six, and come with tablecloth and candle.
Click here to reserve a table today!
535 Barrington Drive
Roswell, GA 30075