All’s Well That Ends Well
the miracle comedy by William Shakespeare
in honor of Barbara B. Apperson
directed by Dan McCleary
sponsored by Margaret & Owen Tabor; Rose M. Johnston; Virginia Apperson & Pete Williams; John & Lacy Apperson; Chip & Brooke Apperson; John and Katherine Dobbs; Independent Bank; The McClearys
at Dixon Gallery & Gardens' Winegardner Auditorium
“Our remedies oft in ourselves do lie”
Shakespeare’s miracle play uniquely features a miraculous young girl in the vaunted Hero’s role typically assigned to the valiant young man. Daughter to a recently-deceased and famous physician, Helena, in communication with her better stars, finds she is able to heal death, forgive man, and perhaps even redeem humanity.
In the mystery of life, not everything will make practical sense. Sometimes, we need a little magic, a little miracle, a little deception, a “little Helen.” And as this is the season of Solstice, Miracle, and Light, let’s embrace the mystery.
At 10 minutes prior to each performance, Producing Artistic Director Dan McCleary will speak with the audience about the play and playwright.
Free Will Kids’ Nights are December 10 and 17: Children 17 years and younger will be admitted FREE when accompanied by a paying, attending guardian. Limit: four children per guardian.
General Admission tickets are $34. The Preview performance (only $16) is December 10 at 7:00 pm. The opening night is December 11, and the price of your ticket includes a post-show reception with the actors. Senior tickets (62 years and older) are $29, and Student tickets (18 years and older) are $16. Dixon members receive 20% off all performances (no other discounts may apply).
Free parking. Title/cast/schedule subject to change, with notice. Credit card charges require a $1 per-ticket processing fee. No refunds/exchanges.