by Madison V. Fisler
July 8, 2014. On Thursday, July 10, Triad Stage will present William Shakespeare’s classic play, All’s Well That Ends Well, directed by Preston Lane.
The show will be performed for one night only at the Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts at Appalachian State University. Admission is $20 for adults, $19 for the Pick 5 Discount and $10 for students and children.
From An Appalachian Summer Festival’s website:
She loves him. He doesn’t even notice she’s alive. And so begins one of theater’s greatest romances. It’s a wild journey of risks, magic, war, traps, betrayal and true love. A sick king is cured of his deadly disease. A brave young woman is given the husband of her choice. An unhappy groom flees for the foreign wars. A woman refuses to take no for an answer. Filled with comedy, love, bold plans, dirty tricks and brilliantly drawn characters, All’s Well that Ends Well is Shakespeare done Triad Stage style—a classic re-invented.
Triad Stage is a profession nonprofit theatre co-founded by Preston Lane and Richard Whittington situated in Greensboro. The grand opening of Triad Stage’s theatre took place in 2002 in the former Montgomery Ward Building built in 1936. The new Pyrle Theatre currently seats 300 people and includes a thrust stage, rehearsal hall, lobbies, special event areas and other audience amenities. In 2013, Triad Stage expanded into Winston-Salem.
Today, the theatre company has received many awards and recognitions including “Best Live Theatre” and “Professional Theatre of the Year,” by local publications and even “Best of 2007” by the Wall Street Journal. Triad Theatre is also the recipient of the 2010 National Theatre Company Grant.
For more information about Triad Stage, click here.
Tickets for the show can be purchased by calling the box office at the Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts at 828-262-4046 or by clicking here.