Antony and Cleopatra
March 29 - April 30, 2017 | Goldman Theater
The victors of Rome’s civil war have divided the Empire amongst themselves and Marc Antony has traveled to exotic Egypt to take up rule over his corner of the globe. There he encounters Egypt’s mysterious monarch, the irresistibly entrancing Cleopatra. Their impassioned affair ultimately pits their two countries against each other and will change the face of the ancient world forever.
Standby Ticket Information
Most remaining shows are sold out. Limited seating available April 29 at 2 p.m. only.
Standby tickets are available for sold-out performances on the day of the show, in person, starting 90 minutes prior to showtime. Patrons will be seated in the order of ticket purchase in unused seats. Standby tickets do not guarantee admission and parties may be split. Standby list ends 15 minutes before showtime. Click here for more info.
NOTE: Standby tickets may not be purchased in advance. Guests wishing to purchase standby tickets are advised to arrive early. Quantities based on availability.
By William Shakespeare
Director: Joseph Discher***
Set Designer: Jim Hunter**
Costume Designer: Yao Chen
Lighting Designer: Kevin Griffin**
Sound Designer: Britt Sandusky
Fight Director: Tony Simotes
Stage Manager: Stacy Norwood*
* Denotes a Member of Actors’ Equity Association
** Denotes a Member of United Scenic Artists
*** Denotes a Member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society
Meet the Cast
Jeorge Bennett Watson*
E. Mani Cadet*
Critic and Audience Reviews
“A host of relative newcomers to Orlando Shakespeare Theater brings ancient Egypt to the stage in the troupe’s appealing production of ‘Antony and Cleopatra.’” Click here to read more.
“Though it is a tragedy, Orlando Shakes production is glamorous, entertaining and extremely palatable. Casting, costumes, and classic story come together to make ‘Antony and Cleopatra’ the crown jewel of the season.” Click here to read more.
“Set and costuming were amazing. Performances were very strong. Overall great production.”
“It was a first rate production. As good as any Broadway Show. I was drawn into the story. Marvelous!”