The Bard and more at Kennedy Center

A TIP FROM... J.WYNN ROUSUCK

June 14, 1998|By J.WYNN ROUSUCK

The Royal Shakespeare Company isn't just performing the works of its namesake during its month at the Kennedy Center.

Theatergoers can also see one play that preceded Shakespeare (the morality play "Everyman") and one that followed him (Samuel Beckett's "Krapp's Last Tape").

Even the other two Shakespeare plays that are part of the RSC residency are among the master's later, and lesser-known, works - "Cymbeline" and "Henry VIII." Here's the schedule: "Henry VIII," through June 21; "Krapp's Last Tape," June 17 and June 19; "Everyman," June 23-28; and "Cymbeline," June 24-July 5. Tickets range from $15 for "Krapp's Last Tape" to $65 for box seats to "Cymbeline." Call 800-444-1324.

Pub Date: 6/14/98

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