Into the Breeches!
by George BrantFebruary 15 - March 10, 2024
Directed by Jackson Gay
A hilarious and heartwarming play. In 1942, a passionate, albeit inexperienced, band of actresses move from the sidelines to centerstage to mount an ambitious Shakespearean production. Will their performance be a victory on the home front or a disaster of epic proportions?
Into the Breeches!
The year is 1942 and World War II has called millions away to Europe, including the leading players of Oberon Play House. Enter a group of passionate, albeit inexperienced, band of actresses who seize the chance to move from the sidelines to centerstage. For the first time, they will receive pay for their talents as they mount an ambitious production of Shakespeare’s Henry IV Parts 1 & 2 and Henry V.
Will their performance be a victory on the home front or a disaster of epic proportions? This sweet, hilarious, and heartwarming play celebrates the power of art to rally a community and see us through the darkest of times. These women will steal the spotlight and your heart!
An absolute delight...like a breath of fresh air that will leave one smiling like a dope at the end.
Our Cast & Crew
Audience Engagement Events
Pre-Show Discussions: Into the Breeches!
Sunday, February 18 @ 2:15PM
Wednesday, February 21 @ 1:15PM
Wednesday, February 21 @ 6:45PM
Wednesday, March 6 @ 1:15PM
Wednesday, March 6 @ 6:45PM
Sunday, March 10 @ 2:15PM
Actor Talkback: Into the Breeches!
February 22, 2024 following the 7:30PM performance
Curtain Conversation: Into the Breeches!
March 3, 2024 following the 3:00PM performance
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