William Shakespeare remained married until his death to a woman named Anne Hathaway, about whom the world knows little and wonders much. This contemporary play from the Canadian west considers Anne in intriguing complexity and expands its feminist exploration into our present. Quantum’s site – soon to be announced – references both Anne’s comfortable house in Stratford-Upon-Avon (hint: there’s a pun in the title) and the spaces of her poetic imagination. Shakespeare’s Will offers a tour de force for a wonderful actress and gorgeous original music played live by violinist Dawn Posey. And it will reveal a Pittsburgh treasure hiding in plain sight, enhanced by the mastery of designers Stephanie Mayer-Staley, Joe Seamans, C. Todd Brown, and Bonnie Siefers.
West Homestead United Methodist Church, 515 W 8th Ave, Homestead, PA 15120
Assistive listening devices will be available at all performances of Shakespeare’s Will thanks to support from the Allegheny Regional Asset District. Marked parking spots are available for patrons with accessibility needs. If you anticipate needing any sort of accommodation, or just have questions, please call 412-362-1713 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.