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Merry Wives of Windsor Play

November 15 - December 7


Cincinnati Shakespeare Company

$28 – $66
Merry Wives of Windsor Cincinnati

Photo credit: Cincinnati Shakespeare Company

The Merry Wives of Windsor Cincinnati play proves that women’s wits and wiles always win the day!

 

The bawdy, bombastic, and chronically cash-poor Sir John Falstaff has been raising hell in the quiet town of Windsor. When his massive bar tab outstrips his meager means, he needs to raise some cash—and quick. He hatches a plan to seduce two of Windsor’s most wealthy married women, but when they catch wind of his salacious scheme, they turn the tables on their would-be wooer, joining forces to teach him a lesson he won’t soon forget. William Shakespeare’s screwball comedy  The Merry Wives of Windsor Cincinnati play is directed by CSC’s Producing Artistic Director, Brian Isaac Phillips.

 

Ticket prices range from $28 – $66 and can be purchased online, by calling 513-381-2273 or visiting the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Box Office.
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About Merry Wives of Winsor
Originally written to make Queen Elizabeth I laugh, “The Merry Wives of Windsor” proves that women’s wits and wiles win the day! In honor of 100 years of the passing and ratification of the 19th Amendment, granting women the right to vote, CSC is setting the backdrop of “The Merry Wives of Windsor” in the Women’s Suffrage era for this silly and fun comedy. The soundscape of the production, constructed by Sound Designer, Douglas J. Borntrager, will feature Suffrage hymns and marches and original music will be composed by Ensemble member, Cary Davenport. The production will also feature a Bergamask dance with choreography by Ensemble member, Darnell Pierre Benjamin. The dance originated in Bergamo, Italy and is typically associated with lightheartedness and buffoonery.

 

CSC Director of Creative Education, Jeremy Dubin, returns to the director’s chair. This production is one of the most popular events in Cincinnati Shakespeare Company history breaking attendance and sales records every year. Director Jeremy Dubin remarks, “This cast has so much fun together that the show has become a very personal holiday tradition for all of us. It’s occasionally a little irreverent but always warm-spirited, and it’s the perfect panacea to all your winter woes.”