THE TRAGEDY OF MARIAM

by Elizabeth Cary

October 30-November 22, 2020

As a part of our ongoing series of Shakespeare’s contemporaries, BSF presents Elizabeth Cary’s The Tragedy of Mariam. Telling the story of Mariam, the second wife of the Biblical King Herod, Cary’s play is a deft and thoughtful consideration of the place of women in a patriarchy. Mariam is the earliest example of an English-language play penned and published by a woman, as well as the only surviving woman-written play from the Jacobean era. Baltimore Shakespeare Factory is proud to present the US premiere of Mariam on our stage.

Tickets

on Sale

EARLY 2020

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

30 minutes prior to curtain

Free pre-show lecture each Saturday at 7pm

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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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