romeo + juliet
w/The Family Crest
Tickets, Information, and More at gogetromeo.com
A Spectacular Retelling of The World’s Greatest Love Story
Shakespeare’s timeless tale cinematically reimagined using live music performed by indie rock darlings and NPR music favorites The Family Crest, whose unique and sweeping orchestral sound perfectly scores the most famous love story ever told.
Somewhere between a rock concert and a classic Shakespearean play, ROMEO AND JULIET finds new life through enigmatic staging, engaging choreography and an emotionally expressive soundtrack. Treated as party guests, the audience is dropped into the middle of this sensational epic in an immersive night that feels like a music video come to life.
The evening features favorite hits from The Family Crest, (some of which can be heard in their iconic Tiny Desk concert), combined with never-before-heard tracks from their upcoming album, The War Part II, which debuts in 2020. The grandiose, symphonic sounds of these classically trained musicians provides the inspiring soundtrack to the familiar tale and paints the picture like it’s never been seen before.
Directed by Sam Bianchini with choreography by Julie Brannen, this innovative combination of actors, dancers and live music by The Family Crest will play a limited three-show engagement from November 7 – 9, 2019 on The Den Theatre’s Heath Main Stage, 1331 N. Milwaukee Ave. in Chicago. Casting will be announced shortly. Tickets are currently available at www.thedentheatre.com, in person at the The Den box office or by calling (773) 697-3830.
The collaboration between The Family Crest, The Den Theatre and Jacaranda Collective creates an ideal recipe for a special event. They welcome you to join this unforgettable experience.
“Romeo and juliet”
at The Den Theatre
november 7-9, 2019
Directed and Conceived by
The Den Theatre
1331 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60622
“Have you heard of Jacaranda Collective? You will.
If this first offering is any indication, Jacaranda Collective
arrives as an important addition to
Chicago’s theatre scene.”
-Becky Sarwate, The Broadway Blog