Bare Theatre is in rehearsal for their upcoming production of Shakespeare’s Timon of Athens. Some of the cast members, including Kacey Reynolds Scheduler (Lord Timon), Emily Levinstone (Pro. Apemantus, Hermes), and Hayden Tyler (The Athenian Trio III), along with director Dustin Britt and fight/intimacy choreographer Tara Nicole Williams, sat down with RDU on Stage to discuss reimagining the play for a contemporary audience, the importance of fight and intimacy choreography, and the importance of representation on stage. Timon of Athens runs February 28th – March 16th. For more information visit: www.baretheatre.org.
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