Shakespeare Lecture Sold Out

PrintIf you didn’t have a chance to reserve a spot at this year’s annual Shakespeare Lecture, not to fret, the Segal Centre for the Performing Arts is putting on a performance of Othello with some of the Stratford cast.


By William Shakespeare

Dramaturgy by Joseph Shragge

Directed by Alison Darcy

A Segal Centre Production in Association with Scapegoat Carnivale Theatre



November 17 – December 1, 2013



Othello, the Moor of Venice has been named General of the Venetian Army – earning him the love of the beautiful Desdemona and the secret resentment of his closest advisor, Iago. Reason and emotion clash as the ambitious

Iago preys on Othello’s greatest vulnerability, his love for Desdemona. Watch the trailer!


Against a backdrop of war between Venice and Turkey in the late 16th Century, an era of great exploration and exoticism, Shakespeare paints a spine-tingling mind game played out between three central characters: noble

moor and military hero Othello, his ensign Iago, and Othello’s new wife Desdemona. Passed over for the position of army Lieutenant, the bitter Iago takes Othello, and the audience, on a trip to the darkest depths of humanity.

Lies, betrayal, manipulation… nothing is out of bounds for one of literature’s most fascinating villains.


This imaginative new production stars Andrew Moodie, Sean Arbuckle, Amanda Lisman, Maurice Podbrey, Daniel Brochu, Julie Tamiko Manning, Marcel Jeannin, Paul Hopkins, Daniel Lillford, Gitanjali Jain.


Students: see the show for only $24!

Under 30 for $30! 

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