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    Antony & Cleopatra

    Director Rachel Macklin supplied the following: "For such a large show, Antony & Cleopatra tells a surprisingly intimate story about one mans struggle to separate loyalty to his country from his love of a Queen. It is a story of honor, desire, power and betrayal, and Odysseys production of A&C is truly set apart from the rest. It boasts a dynamic, talented cast of 19 performers, and a unique performance space that lends itself perfectly to Shakespeares story. As a director, I jumped at the chance to stage the decadence of Rome and Egypt at the Brooklyn Lyceum, a 1910 bathhouse that was converted to a theatre space."

    Dates:  Oct. 17, 2002 - Oct. 27, 2002
    Schedule:  Thurs.-Sat. 7:30 p.m., Sun. 3 p.m.
    Venue:  Brooklyn Lyceum, 227 4th Ave, Brooklyn
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    Tickets/info:  866-GOWANUS

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