Embrace the Drama: Step into Shakespeare’s World as “Romeo and Juliet” Lights Up The Stage

Celebrate the enduring legacy of Shakespeare’s most iconic work as Romeo and Juliet takes center stage at Tibbits Opera House.

COLDWATER – Tibbits Opera House invites high school students from across the region to experience the magic of Shakespeare with Romeo and Juliet, presented by the Michigan Shakespeare Festival on April 23. This exhilarating production promises an immersive journey into the world of the Bard, filled with romance, drama, and unforgettable performances.

Audiences will have the opportunity to experience the streets of Renaissance Verona brought to life by Michigan Shakespeare Festival’s esteemed Touring Company. The production blends classic elegance with modern flair, captivating audiences of all ages with dynamic storytelling.

This is a chance to witness professional actors breathe new life into Shakespeare’s timeless characters, featuring exhilarating combat scenes, heartfelt performances, and an immersive atmosphere. Christine Delaney, Tibbits’ executive director, emphasizes, “This is how ‘Romeo and Juliet’ was meant to be experienced – live, on stage, filled with energy and emotion.”

Starting at 9 am, this 100-minute production presents a unique opportunity to interact with Shakespearean literature in an accessible and dynamic format. As part of Tibbits Young Audiences and its school programming component, it provides engaging live theatre experiences for students, designed to enhance and reinforce classroom learning through the arts.

Tickets are just $8 per student, offering an affordable and accessible cultural experience. For more details about this event, contact Tibbits Opera House at 517.278.6029, visit the administration office at 93 West Chicago St, Coldwater, or check Tibbits.org.