Romeo & Juliet: Louisville 2020

 

Released April 2, 2021

Run Time: 1 hour and 45 minutes

by William Shakespeare
directed by Robert Barry Fleming
dramaturgy by Amy Wegener
part of the Bingham Signature Shakespeare Series

 

An unprecedented global pandemic and social unrest embroil the nation in conflict as Romeo and Juliet, the children of sworn enemies, dare to imagine a world where hearts are not ruled by hatred but by love. This visually captivating interpretation of Shakespeare’s classic narrative explores the entrenched divisions that animate contemporary culture—and the tragic costs of intolerance.

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Audience Advisory: Includes suggested violence, murder, suicide, and sexual situations.

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As rehearsals and filming got underway, Executive Artistic Director Robert Barry Fleming, spoke with Dramaturg Amy Wegener about the ideas fueling his production.

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