Kyler received his Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Studies from Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts and soon thereafter founded Brown Box Theatre Project to return home to invigorate a culturally vibrant community in his hometown.
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Kyler is honored to lead Brown Box as it strives to serve communities up and down the east coast as it has his home region. She currently works as a Behavior Therapist for children on the Autism Spectrum and loves every second.
Ashley was involved in a variety of productions during high school and college. After a long hiatus from the theatre world, Ashley is thrilled to be a part of the Brown Box administrative team. Geena M. Geena has a personal commitment to accessibility, inclusivity, and diversity in the arts, and works toward a goal of universal arts access.
Chelsea is also the costume shop manager, designer, and professor at Wellesley College. Abby is a graduate of Emerson College. For more information visit SarahBoess.
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Chris loves bringing Shakespeare and Theatre to anyone and everyone and hopes you enjoy the show! He is immeasurably grateful to his family, who adamantly encourages his passion for the arts and empowers him to do what he loves. Tim is very excited to be joining the ensemble in bringing free Shakespeare to communities throughout Boston and the Delmarva area.
He would also like to thank his parents, and his wonderful girlfriend Lindsey for all their love and support. Aislinn Brophy is an actress and arts administrator based in the Boston area. She graduated from Harvard University with an A. Ivy Ryan Julietta is overjoyed to make her Brown Box debut! Samuel J.
Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare
Katie Jost Audio Engineer is a Los Angeles and Boston based sound designer, engineer, and assistant for live performance and film. Sarah Boess as Isabella. Spencer Parli Tew as Angelo. Chris Kandra as Duke. Drew Cleveland as Claudio. Francis Norton as Lucio. Tim Colee as Escalus. As the play begins, the duke of Vienna announces he is going away and puts his deputy Angelo in charge of the state. Claudio's sister Isabella, a novice nun, appeals to Angelo to save her brother.
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But the supposedly pure Angelo demands that Isabella sleep with him to save Claudio. To Claudio's dismay, Isabella refuses. Although the trick succeeds, Angelo orders Claudio beheaded anyway. The duke saves Claudio, but he tells Isabella that Claudio is dead. The duke, resuming his identity, sentences Angelo to wed Mariana and then be put to death. But Mariana and Isabella plead for Angelo's life. Revealing that Claudio is alive, the duke pardons Angelo and proposes to Isabella.
Measure for Measure was first published in the First Folio and that text serves as the source for all subsequent editions of the play.
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The play was reprinted in the Second Folio, but the copy of F2 digitized by the Folger is one formerly owned and censored by the Jesuit college in Vallodolid, Spain. Some of these images show actors in character, while others show the plays as if they were real-life events—telling the difference isn't always easy.
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