Audiences ran around campus at night to follow the action of KCST’s outdoor, mobile spring show, in which Iachimo (David Gassett, GS) attempts to seduce Imogen (Ione Wang, CC ’15 and a Spectator associate illustrations editor) away from her husband Posthumus (James Rodrigues, CC ’13). In the play’s last scene, the princess is reconciled with her father, Cymbeline (Gerard Ramm, CC ’13, top left). The little-known comedy—which, as director Elizabeth Power, CC ’13, joked in her program notes, felt like Shakespeare wrote on a bet, with its cross-dressing, kingdom-banishing, and dueling suitors—had the crowd in stitches.
Arts and Entertainment | Theater
SLIDESHOW: King’s Crown Shakespeare Troupe presents late-night showings of ‘Cymbeline’
Dec 9, 12:01pm
Columbia College Student Council correspondent Elizabeth Sedran brings you the latest from the council’s last meeting. What They’ve Done: CCSC Passed the University Events Management resolution. The resolution created the... Read More
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