Show dates scheduled for February 27 – March 3 Dean College is pleased to announce
that its third student production of the 2012-2013 academic year is the classic drama, Romeo
and Juliet, by William Shakespeare Tickets are affordably priced, with a range of show dates
and times, and the production is backed by the renowned reputation of Dean’s Theatre program.
The College invites the public to make plans now to see a performance of Romeo and Juliet and
enjoy this tale of “star crossed Directed by Craig Handel, who teaches Acting and Directing at
Dean College, Romeo and Juliet will involve Dean students both on stage, and in all aspects of the production
including stage and house managing, lighting, sound design, costume, and back stage help. Students who take advantage of performance and production opportunities typically are studying degree programs in Theatre, Arts
and Entertainment Management, Dance and Communications that encompass Dean College’s Schools of Dance and the Arts. “We’re excited to bring Romeo and Juliet to the Franklin area,” says Daniel Kozar, Program Director of Theatre at Dean College. “It is Shakespeare’s definitive look at young love in a contemporary
setting.” Through the hate of warring factions, in defiance of their families and in secrecy from even their
closest friends, a young couple risks all they have to be together. Romeo and Juliet, is one of
Shakespeare's most thrilling and popular plays, it confronts each new generation with its passion
All performances are reserved seating and it is strongly recommended that tickets be purchased prior to the performance. General admission pricing is $20, children 10 and under, $5. Show times are February 27-March 2 at 7:30 p.m. with matinee shows on March 2- 3 at 2 p.m.. For ticket and information email [email protected] or
call (508) 541-1605 or visit www.dean.edu/performance.