Romeo and Juliet

When: April 27-May 13 2012

"It's 1940 in Colorado Springs, time for a wedding, and life couldn't be better — and all is not what it seems." That describes Karen Burnett Hamer's new interpretation of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet: The curtain opens on Pikes Peak Avenue downtown, in an era when the "Capulet World News Agency" ruled the town. Shakespeare has been rendered (read: butchered) many times, but Tin Roof Productions promises a "dynamic, new production of this iconic story." The show began Friday and runs through May 13; Friday and Saturday performances are at 7 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. at the First United Methodist Theater (420 N. Nevada Ave.,; tickets are $5 to $15. — Sara Michael

Price: $5-$15

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