Midnight Productions Presents: The Lion in Winter

The Lion in Winter unveils a stirring saga of love, betrayal, and ambition: '62 Center January 18-20

Experience the compelling drama of royal intrigue with James Goldman's 'The Lion in Winter,' a masterful portrayal of passion, deception, and the quest for power. Set in the courts of medieval England, this play unfolds during Christmas of 1183, where King Henry II and his imprisoned wife, Eleanor of Aquitaine, engage in a fierce battle of wits. Amidst the cold stone walls of their castle, the royal couple, along with their three ambitious sons, engage in a high-stakes game of politics and manipulation, vying for the control of the Empire.

'The Lion in Winter' brilliantly combines historical depth with contemporary wit, creating an unforgettable experience. With its sharp dialogue, dynamic characters, and unexpected humor, this play is an enthralling journey through the corridors of power, love, and betrayal.

Join us for an evening of royal drama, where alliances shift, secrets are unveiled, and the quest for power comes at a personal cost. Witness the intricate dance of medieval politics brought to life on stage, and discover why 'The Lion in Winter' remains a timeless classic in theatre. Book your tickets now for a theatrical experience that is as intellectually stimulating as it is emotionally gripping.

Performances are January 18th-20th in the Directing Studio.