Tempest was Shakespeare’s final play. In it, an old man named Prospero has been stranded on an island with his daughter and robbed of his kingdom by his enemies. He uses what he has learned from his studies and his experience to conjure a storm (or a tempest), manipulate celestial beings, and create conditions that force everybody around him to evaluate their conditions and do what is so difficult for humans to do – consider how they have caused harm to others and learn how to change to avoid doing so in the future. Prospero’s magical tempest is, in many ways, the same as a play. Done well, plays create conditions for us to be removed from reality and consider what we are so that we might figure out what we can be. So we’ll try to do it well.
- Wednesday, May 6 at 1:00 p.m FREE Senior Matinee. No tickets or reservations necessary.
- Thursday – Saturday, May 7-9 at 7:00 p.m.
- Sunday, May 10 at 2:00 p.m.
All Tickets General Admission and are available at the door. Cash or check only.
$8/Adults $5/Seniors & Students
Fall Musical: “Once Upon A Mattress”
- Oct. 31- Nov. 9
Winter Play: “Arsenic and Old Lace”
- Jan. 21-25, 2015
- Senior Matinee: Jan. 21
- March 25-29
- Senior Matinee: March 25
Spring Play: “The Tempest”
- May 6-10
- Senior Matinee: May 6
The RAHS Improv troupe performs! All shows at 7 p.m. Free admission!
- Oct 24th
- Dec 19th
- Feb 13th
- Apr 2rd
- May 1st