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presented in Original Shakespearean Pronunciation

Directed by Marshall B Garrett

Performances October 1 - 24

Friday/Saturday 8pm and Sundays 4pm

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For the safety of our community and in compliance with Baltimore City Covid-19 mandates we are using the following updated guidelines:

  • Audience members will be required to show proof of vaccination at the door.

  • Patrons who are unable to be vaccinated will need to provide proof of a negative Covid Test taken within 72 hours of admittance. 

  • Masks will be mandatory for all audience members at our indoor venue.

  • Please maintain a 6 ft distance.

  • Tickets will be limited to a reduced capacity of 50% per performance.

  • All BSF performers and staff are fully vaccinated and will be limiting contact with audience members.

When an aging king seeks to divide his kingdom between his three daughters, he sets in motion the destruction of everything—and everyone—he holds dear. Among Shakespeare’s triumphs, King Lear shows us the insidious power of pride, the things that tear us apart, and ultimately the things that hold us together. Baltimore Shakespeare Factory is proud to present this epic tragedy in original pronunciation, as Shakespeare himself would have heard it.

Directed by Marshall B Garrett

Featuring the talents of:

David Yezzi - King Lear
Erin Hanratty - Goneril
Nina Marti - Regan
Abigail Funk - Cordelia/The Fool
Tom Brown - Kent/Old Man
Greta Boeringer Schoenberg - Gloucester
Jeff Miller - Edgar/King of France
Rocky Nunzio - Edmund
Colin Riley - Albany/Curan

Zach Brewster-Geisz - Cornwall/Doctor
Marnie Kanarek - Oswald/Burgundy/Servant

Onstage at The Kestrel:

St. Mary's Community Center

3900 Roland Ave

Baltimore, MD 21211


$24 Regular Admission; $19 Discount Admission (Students, Artists, Veterans, & Seniors)


All tickets General Admission; No reserved seating

Box Office opens one hour prior to curtain

Pre-show musical entertainment begins

15 minutes prior to curtain

Pre-Show Discussion
Post Show Talkback

Bard to the Bone

Talkback with the Cast of King Lear!

Nov 11, 2021 07:00 PM

Shakespeare in OP
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