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Join Actor’s Shakespeare Project as it celebrates its 10th anniversary season with a rendition of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet,” the comedic, tragic and classic tale of the iconic teenage couple’s struggle to escape their parents’ feud and their tragic fate. The play is directed by Allyn Burrows and Bobbie Steinbach, with Julie Ann Earls and Jason Bowen starring as Shakespeare’s “star cross’d lovers” in the most famous love story of all time. Oct. 2–Nov. 3; Strand Theatre, 543 Columbia Road, Dorchester; tickets $28-$50.

شركة شراء الاسهم “Romeo and Juliet” (modernized performance)

The Boston Theatre Company is also taking on “Romeo and Juliet,” but this 90 minute show adds a spice of political drama to the tragic love story. Boston Theatre Company is comprised of professional actors in their 20s who aim to modernize Shakespeare to appeal to contemporary audiences while maintaining the iconic language. Oct. 24–Nov. 2; Club Café, 209 Columbus Ave.; general admission tickets $15 (includes one free drink). تداول الذهب في السعودية Boston University Fringe Festival

BU’s annual Fringe Festival, a collaboration between the College of Fine Arts’ schools of Music and Theatre as well as the Opera Institute, will be putting on musical and theatrical performances every weekend in October at BU’s Huntington Theatre.

“The festival’s mission is to produce new or rarely performed significant works in the opera and theatre repertoire, bringing performers and audiences together in unique theatrical settings,” the festival’s website said. Check out some of this year’s features:

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The one-act opera based on the book by Gordon Honeycombe follows the heroine, Eliza, in her attempt to rebel from the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints, and her polygamous marriage to “the Prophet” and four “sister-wives.” “Dark Sisters” is directed by Allison Voth and David Gately. Oct. 11-13; Friday and Saturday performances at 7:30 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. impression sur forex lyon “Black Dog Beast Bait”

This strange tale, written by Sam Shepard in the 1960s and directed by Michael Hammond, tells the story of a pregnant widow who hires two cowboys to help her defend herself from “The Beast,” a two-headed monster with telepathic abilities who is trying to end the human race. The three of them ingest hallucinogenic mushrooms to bait the monster and have wild fantasies on stage until the beast finally appears for his confrontation with the gun-slinging cowboys. Oct. 22–27 weekday performances at 7:30 p.m., Saturday at 8 p.m., Sunday matinee. at 2 p.m.

All BU Fringe Festival performances are at the BU Theatre, 264 Huntington Ave.; general admission tickets $7.