The Tales of King Arthur
Theatre Adventure Program
Directed by Laura Lawson Tucker and Darlene Jenson
Sponsored by Brattleboro Ford-Subaru, Brown Computer Solutions, and Green River Data Analysis
Theatre Adventure actors with and without disabilities create brave and vibrant theater. With innovative artistic vision Theatre Adventure actors inspire awakened views from their audiences.
“Tales of King Arthur” begins with young Arthur also known as Wart. The audience will witness the lessons from Merlyn who is determined to train young Arthur to become the future King of England. Wart’s adventures lead to the Tournament where Wart successfully pulls the sword from the stone. Hail to the King!
Time passes and young King Arthur becomes a man. There will be a wedding dance with Queen Guinevere and then the forming of the Round Table with his Knights.
Alas, trouble befalls King Arthur. The Lady of the Lake bestows the mighty sword, Excalibur to the King to help him remember, “Might for right.”
This telling of the King Arthur legend is replete with resplendent costumes and stunning acting in addition to shadow puppetry, magic, adventure, dancing, a sword ritual, and more! This is a one-hour show with no intermission.
Performances: May 21-22
Thursday, May 21, 10:30am
Friday, May 22, 10:30am
Performances are at the West Village Meeting House, 29 South Street, West Brattleboro. This show will be ASL interpreted and the venue is wheel chair accessible.
Tickets: All tickets $10