Free Folger Fridays
Pre-show talks and other events related to Folger Theatre productions and to the exhibition in the Great Hall.
Tuesday October 10, 7:30pm
Tickets available beginning at 5pm at the box office window; limit one ticket per person.
Stage Director Talk
Thursday October 12, 6:30pm
Join Antony and Cleopatra director Robert Richmond for a backstage look at the production.
Wine and lite fare reception included. Tickets are $20.
Friday October 13, 8pm
$15 tickets available for college students with valid ID. Call the box office or visit us in person to purchase your ticket in advance.
Free Folger Friday: On Set with Tony Cisek
Friday October 20, 6pm
Antony and Cleopatra scenic designer Tony Cisek joins us to discuss the design and installation of the playing space. Free, reservations requested.
Wednesday October 25, 6:30pm
Folger Shakespeare Library Director Michael Witmore shares his perspective on Antony and Cleopatra in an insightful pre-performance discussion. Wine and lite fare reception included. Tickets are $20.
Brews and Banter
Thursday October 26, 6:30pm
Enjoy craft brews from Bluejacket Brewery at this casual behind-the-scenes conversation with actors from Antony and Cleopatra cast members. Beer and light fare reception included. Tickets are $20.
Post-Show Talk with Cast
Thursday November 2, following the 7:30pm performance.
Join members of the cast for a post-show discussion about the play moderated by Resident Dramaturg, Michele Osherow. Free
Ladies Night: Some Excellent Fortune
Friday November 3, 6:30pm
Follow your lucky stars and join us for Ladies Night before the performance of Antony and Cleopatra. Sample a variety of fortune telling activities for an evening of magic, mystery, and merriment. Tickets are $10.
Sunday November 12, 2pm
Call the box office at (202) 544-7077 for details.
Folger Theatre's open-captioned performances are generously sponsored by Vinton and Sigrid Cerf.
Free Folger Friday: The Imaginary Cleopatra
Friday November 17, 6pm
Dr. Jacquelyn Williamson of George Mason University will discuss Cleopatra in the ancient Roman imagination, which informed Shakespeare's play. Free, reservations requested.