Cambridge American Stage Tour- CAST
CAST, the Cambridge University American Stage Tour, was founded in 1999 with the aim of producing an annual Shakespearian tour of the East Coast of the United States of America with a small group of Cambridge's most talented actors and technicians. CAST also provides the opportunity for American students and young people to participate in workshops, as a way of introducing them to Shakespeare or building on the knowledge they already have.
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Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: We are so excited for our 2017 tour... social media and website getting revamped soon - stay tuned!
Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: A final goodbye to this lovely lot (and our wonderful production team). We have a whole host of attractive group photos, but this one summed them up more than anything. We've had a swell time, working on one of Shakespeare's absolute classics. Thank you so much to everyone who came out to support us <3 Bring on CAST 2017...
Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: If you're coming to our show this evening, please note that the entrance is on Launcelot Street, NOT Leake Street!
Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: If you're in London this evening, head down to The Vaults in Waterloo to catch the final performance of As You Like It! We can't wait to welcome our audience to this beautiful theatre. http://bit.ly/cast2016
Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: We'd like to say a huge thanks to alumnus and CAST founder @JamesSeabright for helping us out with a London venue! #CASTofthePast
Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: If you had tickets to our cancelled show, stay tuned for an email about how you can get a discount to our London show
Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: We are delighted to announce that As You Like It will be doing a one-off London show at the Vaults Theatre, Waterloo – 6th November, 7pm. Tickets can be booked using the link below!
Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: We are delighted to FINALLY be able to share the recordings from the show, all composed & musically directed by Jamie Fenton. We are so so proud of the cast and Jamie for these incredible songs - so we hope you enjoy them!
Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: Our director has put her playlist for all the recorded music in the show on a lovely Spotify list here
Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: "All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances, and one man in his time plays many parts." - Jaques, 2.7
Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: "All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players..." Join the Cambridge American Stage Tour (CAST) as they return to the ADC Theatre for a triumphant week-long home run after a month of touring venues across the USA and Cayman Islands. Perfected and polished in front of a wide range of audiences on both sides of the pond, CAST’s home performance of As You Like It promises to move and delight its audiences. A modern, gender-bending, bohemian aesthetic, live folk music and a beautiful forest setting bring Shakespeare’s best-loved summertime comedy to life. “An amazing ensemble of talented professionals…armed with just a few props packed in a very large suitcase…the crew and performers nonetheless created magic.” Join us under the Greenwood tree.
Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: @SHS_DramaSoc thanks for being such a brilliant audience! We loved performing for you all
Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: Yesterday we were incredibly lucky to transform our show into a promenade performance, with two totally different stages at the Shakespeare Academy at Stratford. An ambitious, but utterly wonderful day for all of us!
Cambridge American Stage Tour posted: We've just spent a couple of hours visiting the incredible Gamut Theatre Group and being shown round their beautiful new theatre. They built up their theatre company from scratch, from a tiny tour into a huge venue in the city centre. A huge inspiration!
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