Temple Theaters presents
directed by James J. Christy
Young Valentine travels to Milan to find his fortune, but instead falls for the fair Silvia, daughter of the Duke. His world is turned upside down when his best friend Proteus abandons his love Julia in Verona to woo Silvia for himself. With a pair of bumbling servants and a dog, it’s a lively Shakespearean comedy about the complexities of love, lust and friendship.
Considered Shakespeare’s first comedy, Verona is far more than a trial run -- it exists in its own right as a study of love's metamorphosis.
Tickets: $25 General Admission; $20 Seniors, Students & Temple University Employees (with TUid); $10 Temple Students (with TUid). Plus applicable service fees.
Online sales start August 1. Phone and in-person sales start September 2. Subscriptions & packages available.
School Matinees availble for this production. Please contact Caehlin Bell for more information.