A wizard's beautiful daughter, a long ago injustice, a hideous, malicious monster, a bevy of beautiful fairies, a couple of drunk beach bums and a fateful shipwreck on a mysterious island all come together in Shakespeare's last and most haunting play. While the script is known for its magic, comedy and exotic locale, it is ultimately a story about family and how we say good bye to those we love.
November 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17 at 7:30 PM
November 18 at 2:00 PM
$12 General Admission
$7 CWU students with ID
Winner of nine Tony Awards, a record-setting Broadway run and a musical score that has withstood theCWU's Scott Robinson Honored With Gold Medallion For "Extraordinary Contributions"
Scott Robinson, theatre arts professor and chair, received a second Gold Medallion of Excellence froHubbard Recognized For Commitment To Diversity And Inclusivity.
Cwu-Theatre Arts Professor, Brenda Hubbard, has been selected to receive Central Washington Unive