|Cote News, Theatre & Musicals • By Crystal • 0 Comments|
Cote de Pablo has gone back to the stage…well, for one night at least! It was announced that Cote joined the cast of the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s (Babson Park/Boston, MA) “Death and the Maiden” along with Game of Thrones and Netflix’s Narcos’, Pedro Pascal. The performance will be on April 25th, 2016.
Information about the performance:
After the fall of the totalitarian regime in a South American country, a former political prisoner finds herself face-to-face with the man she believes was her captor. Is he guilty beyond a reasonable doubt, or is her paranoia getting the better of her? Featuring Chilean actors Pedro Pascal (HBO’s Game of Thrones and Netflix’s Narcos) and Cote de Pablo (NCIS).
The script-in-hand reading of Death and the Maiden is FREE and open to the public. Seating is limited, so reservations are strongly recommended!
By making a $95 donation you will receive preferred seating at the reading and be invited to attend a special post-show reception with Pedro, Cote, and the cast.
Monday, April 25, 2016 8pm 90 minutes
Sorenson Center for the Arts at Babson College
Need to know:
Run time is approximately 90 minutes with no intermission.
Seating will begin 30 min prior to curtain.
To secure your seats click here.
It is a part of the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s “Theatre in the Rough” program, which according to their website:
Theatre in the Rough (TITR) debuted in Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s 2013-2014 season. An expansion of CSC’s longstanding American Voices, TITR is a script-in-hand reading series presented without common theatrical elements like sets or costumes. These pared-down reading uniquely engage the audience by immersing them in the immediacy of the text and the actors’ performances, allowing one’s own imagination to take creative flight. Previous readings have featured some of Boston’s best local talent alongside stage/TV/film actors such as Seth Gilliam, Rutina Wesley, Chris Cooper, Jeff Donovan, Paul Rudd, and Anthony Mackie.