An Undergraduate Acting Workshop Production Presented by the Department of Theatre and Dance March 3-7 at 7:30pm March 8 at 2:00pm Winship Room 2.180 Admission is FREE; Seating is limited. Guests are invited to arrive 30 minutes in advance of curtain to request a seat. The line for admission will not be available until 7:00pm (for March 3-7 performances) and 2:00pm (for March 8 performance). _______________________________________________ About the Play Shakespeare’s celebrated pastoral comedy, written in the late 1500s/early 1600s, is the story of Rosalind, daughter of Duke Ferdinand, who has been forced into exile by the usurping Duke Frederick. When Rosalind is banished from the court, she, in the company of her cousin Celia and Touchstone the fool, travel into the forest in search of her father. Taking the disguise of a boy, Rosalind wanders into a gauntlet of heartsick lovers, bizarre encounters and passionate longing in this hilarious examination of the human condition.