Valentine and Proteus are best friends with an awkward problem – they’re both in love with Valentine’s girlfriend Sylvia. And it gets even trickier – Proteus already has a girlfriend of his own. Shakespeare’s early romantic comedy is a lively riff on friendship, love and loyalty with the bonus of two very funny clowns plus a dog that just might steal the show (canine casting to be announced!)

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Photo Credit: Charlie Gallant as Proteus and Nadeem Philip as Valentine
Photo & Image Design: David Cooper and Emily Cooper

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Scott BellisDirector

Scott Bellis

Director

A founding Bard Company member, Scott has worked with the Festival for twenty-two season and currently also serves as an Artistic Associate. Bard directing credits: Antony and Cleopatra (2010) and The Comedy of Errors (2015). Favourite Bard roles: Bottom, Touchstone, Brutus, Petruchio, and the title roles in Henry V, Hamlet, and King John. Recent acting work: The Merry Wives of Windsor and Romeo and Juliet (Bard, 2016); The Rivals (Blackbird); God of Carnage (Persephone); Tear the Curtain! (Electric Company); and Pride & Prejudice, Saint Joan, and Good People (Arts Club). He has been nominated for 18 Jessie Richardson Awards, receiving four. He is a graduate of Studio 58 (Langara) and a national councillor for Canadian Actors’ Equity Association.

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