2010 - "Twenty-Hundred Thousand Times More Joy!"



 

The 2010 Season


Celebrating the 20th Anniversary
of
Artistic Director Bonnie J. Monte


It's hard to believe I've been at The Shakespeare Theatre for 20 years. I truly mean it when I say the time has flown by, and I suppose that's as good an indication as any that my life here has been immensely fulfilling. My commitment to leading this institution remains fierce and steadfast, and I feel so lucky to have a job that has brought me "twenty hundred thousand times more joy" than I could have ever imagined. And so, I send out a thunderous chorus of bravos to everyone who has graced our halls with their unflagging dedication, impeccable artistry, or eager anticipation of seeing a play. I thank you profoundly for the multitude of joyous moments that have made my 20 years here a most sublime and ever-unfolding adventure. Here's to many more voyages and "twenty hundred thousand times more joy" still to come!

- Bonnie J. Monte


2010 Season Plays

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The Taming of the Shrew

By William Shakespeare
Directed by Bonnie Monte


Arms and the Man

By George Bernard Shaw
Directed by Joe Discher


No Man's Land

By Harold Pinter
Directed by Bonnie J. Monte


All's Well That Ends Well

By William Shakespeare
Directed by Stephen Fried


The Lion in Winter

By James Goldman
Directed by Paul Mullins


I Capture the Castle

By Dodie Smith
Directed by Cameron Watson


ON THE OUTDOOR STAGE
The Servant of Two Masters

By Carlo Goldoni
Adapted by Bonnie J. Monte
Directed by Jason King Jones