The Shakespeare in Love Company | Photo: Tim MathesonThis is Bard on the Beach's first production of the stage adaptation of the Oscar-winning movie, …

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We take you behind the scenes at our fourth and final photo shoot for the 2019 Season. The focus is Coriolanus – Bard’s first-ever production of the play – featuring Moya O’Connell in the title role. 

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In part one of our interview with Christopher Gaze, we discussed his artistic process when deciding which plays to put into each season.…

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Another day, another photo shoot!

We returned to Emily Cooper’s studio to take advance photos for our production of All’s Well That Ends Well.

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To kick off celebrations for our 30th Anniversary Season, we sat down with Bard on the Beach’s founder and Artistic Director, Christopher Gaze.

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We’re going behind the scenes at the advance photo shoot for The Taming of the Shrew!

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2019 Casting Corner

We're excited to announce the latest actors to join our 2019 Company, in our 30th Anniversary Season! Stand by for further announcements in the weeks to come.…

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This year’s production of Timon of Athens was unique in its set design and its costume demands. Timon (Colleen Wheeler) literally dug her own grave and destroyed the Howard Family Stage

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We recently sat down with two of Bard’s Riotous Youth to discuss their experience in the Bard Education program and what they learned this summer.

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Did you know that our Company Members do their own stage makeup for each performance?

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