The House of Bards Theatre Company is producing classical and contemporary professional theater, to entertain and to educate audiences of all ages, challenging individual viewpoints, and cultivating an appreciation of great literature.
HOUSE OF BARDS THEATRE COMPANY LAUNCHED
Reneé O’Connor and Jed Sura Head New Professional Intimate Theatre
Fulfilling a desire to present educational and immersive theatre, House of Bards Theatre Company has launched with the announcement of their first production, Shakespeare’s powerful drama Macbeth. The new company, headed by television and film actors and producers Reneé O’Connor and Jed Sura, will be opening their inaugural show on October 11 at the Grand Annex located in the Arts District of San Pedro, California.
Macbeth runs October 11 through November 3. School groups are encouraged to attend, with special 10:00am field trip shows available to arrange. Also in the works are Youth Shakespeare Intensives, offering a curriculum including character development, rehearsals, and performances of some of Shakespeare’s most famous plays.
O'Connor is best known for her role as Gabrielle, Xena’s trusted sidekick on the tremendously popular fantasy series Xena: Warrior Princess. She and Sura were recently seen on stage at Little Fish Theatre in the Los Angeles premiere of Steven Dietz’s On Clover Road. They also co-produced and starred in the independent feature film Watch the Sky. O’Connor reprises the role of Lady Macbeth after a triumphant run in 2002 with Shakespeare by the Sea.
Tickets for performances available at http://www.Grandvision.org
Box Office Policies
- All advanced tickets may be purchased at The Grand Vision website, www.grandvision.org.
- Advanced ticket sales will close at 12:00pm on the day of each performance.
- Seating is limited and available on a first come, first serve basis.
- All tickets must be paid for at the time of reservation.
- Once the sale is final, we do not offer refunds.
- Exchanges are only offered if seating is available and requests are made at least 24 hours prior to showtime.
- Doors open 30 minutes before performances.