By William Shakespeare
Directed by Stephen Smith
November 8–9 & 15–17 at 7 p.m.
$10 General Admission
Tickets available online and at the door
About the Play:
The Shakespearean tragedy of Othello, originally set in 16th century Venice, is reimagined for the modern stage. Othello, an army general, has secretly married Desdemona, a daughter of the prominent senator Brabantio. Iago, a lower-ranking officer, is passed over for a promotion by Othello, and the jealous Iago begins a malicious campaign against Othello. The story that follows is one of deception, betrayal and repentance.
We are thrilled to welcome several Delaware County Community College professors to join the all-student cast and crew for this exciting production of Othello — Professor of Psychology Marc Henley will be playing Brabantio, Associate Professor of Drama and the play’s Director Stephen Smith will be playing Iago, and Professor of English Eartha Holley is the Assistant Director.