In our third episode we meet Romeo & Juliet, played by podcast host Nic Moore and Dale Leonheart.

We learn a bit about what drew Dale and Nic to acting, a little of their process… and their passion for Shakespeare; Romeo + Juliet in particular.

And we get a sneak–preview from Act I, Scene 5 — Romeo and Juliet meeting for the first time.

Our second episode; Nic Moore (Romeo) speaks with the director of Romeo + Juliet, Stephen Beecroft. In this episode, Stephen shares about what drew him to directing for The Curtain Theatre, and a bit of his thought and vision of “the perfect storm” for the tragic, and hopefully cathartic, romance of Romeo and Juliet. You’ll learn how a trip to Italy sparks the idea for Stephen to bring out the development of the other characters of the story, and the environment itself, play into the “time and chance” of the disfunctional environment the young lovers are attempting to blossom in.

Romeo and Juliet are the quiet eye of a raging hurricane; and the eventual outcome… is hope.

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We start with a historical look and the works of the passions that continue to create great outdoor theatre with the works of Shakespeare and our Mill Valley’s Curtain Theatre.

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