The White Snake 

Adapted by Mary Zimmerman
Directed by Natsu Onoda Power
Feb 24–Mar 26
Playing in the Head Theater

A SPECTACULAR VISION IN A BRAND NEW THEATER
Mystery and magic intertwine in this fantastical tale brought to life in grand spectacle in the newly renovated Head Theater. Originating from the ancient Chinese fable, The White Snake tells the story of animal spirits White Snake and Green Snake, who take human form as a beautiful woman and her sly servant. White Snake soon falls passionately in love with a poor fisherman, but their relationship is reviled by a conservative monk and tragedy lurks behind their newfound happiness. Complemented by storytelling techniques traditional and new, The White Snake will be a can’t-miss event of the 2016/17 Season for the entire family.

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SPECIAL NOTICE: 

Our ticketing system will be down for approximately one week starting  Wed, Jan 11 as we transition to a brand new website. 

All ticketing will be unavailable until the week of Mon, Jan 23. 

Please call our Box Office at 410.332.0033 in the meantime with any questions.



Related Events

Previews: Feb 24–Mar 2
Audience members get a sneak peek at the final rehearsals of the play for a discounted ticket price.
 
Opening Night: Fri, Mar 3
Guests and ticket-buyers are invited to special Opening Night activities and an after-party with heavy hors d'oeuvres by sponsor Classic Catering and beer from sponsor Union Brewery.
 
Meet the Actors: Fri, Mar 10
We provide a casual atmosphere to chat with the cast after the show. Ask them your questions and get some autographs!   
 
AfterThoughts Discussions: Sun, Mar 12 (2 pm); Thu, Mar 16 (7 pm); Sun, Mar 19 (2 pm)
These performances include post-show discussions featuring Center Stage dramaturgy and artistic staff, and visiting experts.
 
Open Captioning: Sun, Mar 19 (2 pm)  
Our system provides the text of the play on a screen, as well as descriptions of any sound effects, so that people can read along with the action that is happening on stage.
 
Audio Described: Sun, Mar 19 (2, 7 pm)
Volunteer audio describers provide an objective description of the non-verbal action on stage.



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