Commedia Beauregard: Of Marriage and Music


  This year seemed heaven-sent.  In the beginning there was a play by Pope John Paul II.  Then a special event: a staged reading of a new play by A. M. Scott.  The MN Fringe Festival saw another contribution from CB, and a collaboration with Allegra Lingo.  The fall saw a trip back to 1806 Spain, and December had us in outer space!

The Jeweler's Shop

 -- "With love we can conquer fate".  The late pontiff was a playwright and actor before becoming a priest.  Even after joining the clergy, he kept writing plays.  This one was written as an investigation and celebration of marriage. 



 -- A staged reading of a new play by A. M. Scott.


I Hate Kenny G

 -- Teaming up with storyteller and saxophonist Allegra Lingo for the MN Fringe Festival, CB put up its first show dealing with the universal language of music.  Just like any other language, there is so much meaning when you read between the lines.


The Young Lady's Consent 

  -- Debuting a brand new translation of a classic Spanish comedy, CB continued with its mission of bringing works to the stage from different countries and cultures.


  A Klingon Christmas Carol

  -- So many people will never look at Dickens the same way again!  CB teamed up with the IKV RakeHell of the Klingon Assault Group to translate and perform the holiday classic in tlhIngan Hol.


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