THE TEMPEST

Directed by Chelsea Haberlin*

After twelve years of exile on a remote island, Prospera, a powerful sorceress and once Duchess of Milan, brings her enemies – including schemers, bumbling clowns, old friends and new love -- to the isle with a mighty storm. What revenge will she take? The Tempest, Shakespeare’s last play, is a stirring fairy tale about vengeance, the power of love, and the quest for forgiveness.

This production is suitable for the whole family!

July 5th-28th at Camosun College Lansdowne Campus
Wednesday & Friday @ 7:30pm and Saturday @ 1:30pm

Special performances of The Tempest at Saxe Point Park in Esquimalt, August 2nd-4th

 
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CHELSEA HABERLIN*
Director

Chelsea is Co-Artistic Producer of ITSAZOO Productions and Associate Artistic Director of Neworld Theatre. Favourite ITSAZOO directing credits include The Pipeline Project, Hidden, The Competition is Fierce, Killer Joe (Jessie Richardson Award winner for Outstanding Production), The Flick, Mojo, Chairs: A Parable, Robin Hood, Grimm Tales and Death of a Clown.

Other directing projects include: The Day Before Christmas (Arts Club Theatre), Jabber (Green Thumb Theatre/Neworld), Shop Talk (Theatre SKAM), Dead Metaphor (Firehall), Doost (Neworld Theatre), The Dining Room (Western Gold Theatre), The North Plan (Upintheair Theatre), Stationary (Delinquent Theatre), Mr. Marmalade (Latchkey Coop), Gruesome Playground Injuries (Pacific Theatre), Rhinoceros (UBC Masters Thesis project) and Faust is Dead (UBC).

Chelsea has an MFA in directing from UBC, a BFA with a specialization in Applied Theatre from UVic. She is the recipient of the Sydney J Risk award in directing, the Ray Michal award for outstanding body of work by an emerging director and a one-time winner and three-time Jessie Richardson Award nominee for Outstanding Direction.

*The participation of this Artist is arranged by permission of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association under the provisions of the Dance-Opera-Theatre Policy.