By William Shakespeare
Directed by Dee Dee Bouzek
Produced in the beautiful Veterans Park in Stoughton Wisconsin. Shakespeare's King Lear is a dark, spiteful play that questions the basic makeup of society and the authority that cements it together. "If a king cannot rule without a crown, if a father cannot trust his children, if a family generates no loyalty, if civilization can breed nothing but greed, violence and self-interest - then anarchy and ultimately insanity are the only routes left for man to take."
Produced by Open Spaces Theatre Company at Veterans Park, Stoughton Wisconsin - The Corner of Page St. and Riverside Dr.
Performances: July 28-31, 2005 at 6:00pm
matinee performance at 1:30 on July 31st
Ticket prices are $5.00 and available at the show
Seating is not provided please feel free to bring a blanket or chair
Call 608-469-7322 for more information.