In Spring, 2014, the Bards produced an original play by Laura Coulter - Orpheus Goes to Hadestown. This play was a re-telling of the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, set in depression-era America.
Molly Michaels and Katherine Coulter played the iconic duo in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead by Tom Stoppard. This dark comedy centers around two minor characters in Shakespeare's Hamlet who have no idea what they're doing in the middle of the court politics of Denmark.
Bards of Birmingham presented Oscar Wilde's delightful comedy The Importance of Being Earnest in September, 2012.
Shakespeare's Richard III set in gangland America told a radical and deeply personal story of young people struggling against the pull of violence, and one young woman, Richard, who would lie, plot and murder to make sure she came out on top.
The official promotional video for As You Like It - the first play performed by the newly-formed Senior Division of the Bards of Birmingham! Rosalind is in love with Orlando, who loves her back, but doesn't recognize her when she's disguised as man and hiding out in the forest with her cousin Celia.
The plot to As You Like It - as described by the young actors in the play!