$40 for Two to See “Othello” or “Sense and Sensibility” by the Orlando Shakespeare Theater ($80 Value)
Orlando Shakespeare Theater Presents "Othello" or "Sense and Sensibility" - Orlando Shakespeare Theater
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Venerable Shakespeare company presents the Bard’s ultimate tale of betrayal and Jane Austen’s tale of romantically entangled sisters
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Promotional value expires Mar 15, 2013. Amount paid never expires.Limit 3/person. Res. req'd 24hr in advance or seating level not guaranteed; subj. to availability. Redeem starting 2/8 for a ticket at LSC box office. Must show valid ID matching name provided at check-out at will call. Must redeem together via phone to sit together. Discount reflects Orlando Shakespeare Theater's current ticket prices-price may differ on day of the event. Only valid for the following performances: "Othello": 2/13, 2/15, 2/21, 3/7, 3/10, 3/13, "Sense and Sensibility": 2/9, 2/14, 2/20, 2/22, 2/28, 3/3, 3/8, 3/9, 3/15.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Shakespeare called himself "the bard" because "The Brad" was taken and that guy was like the coolest guy at Olde England Memorial High School. Learn more with this GrouponLive deal to see an Orlando Shakespeare Theater play at Margeson Theater at Lowndes Shakespeare Center. For $40, you get two tickets for best-available seating (an $80 value). Click here to view a list of valid performances.
In Venice, all it takes to destroy a man is a stolen handkerchief. With this keepsake lifted from Desdemona, Othello's sweet-tempered fiancée—plus a few whispered rumors—the conniving Iago unravels the life of his superior officer. Even before the inevitable bloodbath, Shakespeare riddles his work with questions about the nature of evil, gut-churning depictions of jealousy, and the first known use of the phrase “green-eyed monster” to describe a Shrek.
Sense and Sensibility
In Jon Jory’s stage interpretation of Jane Austen’s classic novel, two sisters find themselves at opposite ends of the romantic spectrum. Elinor, the reserved and sensible older sibling, and Marianne, the passionate younger one, enter into respective romantic entanglements with the quiet Edward and the charming Willoughby. However, as both men’s secrets inevitably come to light, the sisters find themselves wondering whether either of their temperaments will lead them to true love.