directed by Tom Delise

Set in ancient Britain, Cymbeline is among Shakespeare’s final triumphs. Masterfully blending comedy, tragedy, romance, and adventure—and featuring one of the early modern stage’s greatest female leads—Cymbeline (like its contemporary The Winter’s Tale) considers the  implications of jealousy run wild, and the healing powers of pardon and forgiveness.

February 15-March 10, 2019
The Great Hall Theater at St. Mary's Community Center

3900 Roland Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21211



Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00pm
Sundays at 4:00pm

Pre-show entertainment begins 30 minutes before showtime. 

Free lecture given at 7pm each Saturday. 


All performances end with a cast talk-back.


Opening Night is Pay-What-You-Will!


Friday, February 15 @8pm: Pay-What-You-Will!

Adult Admission: $24

Discount Admission (students, seniors, educators, veterans, and artists): $19

Children Under 12: FREE! 

Saturday, February 16 @8pm

February 16: 7pm lecture by Tom Delise

Director of Cymbeline and Artistic Director of BSF

Sunday, February 17 @4pm

Friday, February 22 @8pm

Saturday, February 23 @8pm

February 23: 7pm lecture by Dr. Robert S. Miola 

Gerard Manley Hopkins Professor English; Professor of Classics; Loyola University, Maryland

Sunday, February 24 @4pm

Friday, March 1 @8pm

Saturday, March 2 @8pm

March 2: 7pm lecture by Kate Bossert, PhD

Assistant Professor of English, Notre Dame of Maryland University

Sunday, March 3 @4pm

Friday, March 8 @8pm

Saturday, March 9 @8pm

March 9: 7pm lecture by Tom Delise

Director of Cymbeline and Artistic Director of BSF

Sunday, March 10 @4pm

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This organization is supported in part by the Maryland State Arts Council and Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts. 

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