Video: Director Rebecca Blum Talks About the Raleigh Little Theatre Production of ‘Measure for Measure’

Although it was written over 400 years ago, Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure feels incredibly relevant and timely, which is perhaps why so many companies, including Raleigh Little Theatre, are producing it now. Hear what the director of this production Rebecca Blum, has to say about the importance of intimacy choreography, conceptualizing this show through the lens of the #MeToo movement, and how she hopes audiences experiencing this production will keep moving the conversation forward.

Measure for Measure runs through January 27th at Raleigh Little Theatre. For more information visit:

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