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Workshop Production
Six Performances Only!

A limited run workshop production with actors on script, this project is an examination of what happens when an ambitious, arrogant general seizes power only to prove his complete ineptitude in a leadership role. Coriolanus, while successful in battle, learns that ultimately it is the people who choose their leaders, and in spite of joining with his arch enemy to exact revenge on the city of Rome that betrayed him, Coriolanus is doomed to meet the fate he deserves.

In this workshop production, actors will perform scenes from the play and then engage the audience in discussions exploring the themes and relationships.

Generously sponsored by Deborah and Bill Ryan.

SPECIAL EVENT: Sunday, August 25, 3-8PM

Three tickets just opened for this Sold Out Event which includes the show and then dinner with the actors at Canyon Ranch. They won't last long. If interested call 413-637-1199, x105.

Sunday, August 25, 3-8PM
Enjoy premium seating for the 3PM matinee of Coriolanus and then afterwards join Artistic Director Allyn Burrows and Founding Artistic Director Tina Packer for an exclusive gathering including lively conversation and an intimate dinner with specialty cocktails at Canyon Ranch. There are a limited number of tickets for this special event so please book early.
Tickets are $250.

*FLEXpasses may not be used for this special event.

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Allyn  Burrows

Allyn Burrows


(Artistic Director) S&Co: Director of Twelfth Night, As You Like It and the 40th Season’s The Tempest. Performances: God of Carnage, Or, King John, Much Ado About Nothing, Henry V, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Henry IV Part 1, etc. As Artistic Director of Actors’ Shakespeare Project, directed numerous

Brandon E. Burton

Brandon E. Burton


first season. Regional: Macbeth, Richard II, Antony and Cleopatra (Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival). Yale Theater: Othello (Othello), Henry 6 pt. 3 (York, George, Bona), Marty and the Hands That Could (Mike Money), Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Sigmund Freud, St. Thomas). Brandon is a third year MFA acting candidate at

Christopher V. Edwards

Christopher V. Edwards

(Tullus Aufidius)

(first season) Coriolanus. Chris is an actor, director, fight choreographer and educator in his second year as Artistic Director at Actors’ Shakespeare Project in Boston. Prior to ASP he was the Artistic Director of Nevada Conservatory Theatre in Las Vegas and was the Associate Artistic Director, Director

Rory Hammond

Rory Hammond


thirteenth season Rory is pleased to be back at her home Shakespeare & Company. Last summer she played Kacie in Ugly Lies the Bone. NY credits: Pericles (SoHo Rep), Measure for Measure, Bachelorette (Circle in the Square), Where’s My Money (Cherry Lane Theatre), and The Scarlet Letter. Berkshires

Tina Packer

Tina Packer


Founding Member (Founding Artistic Director; Director, Heisenberg) She has directed all of Shakespeare’s plays (some of them several times), acted in eight of them (never when directing) and taught the whole canon at over thirty colleges, including Harvard, M.I.T. and NYU. At Columbia University, she taught in the


Daniela Varon


Twenty-second season. For S&Co: Director, Ugly Lies the Bone, Red Velvet, Shakespeare’s Will, Romeo and Juliet, Sea Marks, Martha Mitchell Calling, Taming of the Shrew, Much Ado About Nothing, Love Letters, Collected Stories, Winter’s Tale, Wit, Room of One’s Own, Turn of the Screw. New York: Abingdon; Culture Project;


Shakespeare & Company is a professional live theatre company in the heart of the Berkshires, presenting a vibrant summer performance season featuring the works of Shakespeare in repertory with classic and contemporary plays. The Company offers one of the most extensive actor training programs by a regional theatre in the country, and is also home to an award-winning and nationally recognized theatre-in-education program.