The Merry Wives of Windsor. By William Shakespeare

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Get Tickets Adults: $22, Senior, Faculty, Staff, Alumni: $18, Student: $15
The Merry Wives of Windsor is a comedy in five acts. The boozing and boorish Sir John Falstaff is in Windsor looking to have fun. But he's running out of money, and so hatches a plot to woo a wealthy wife away from her husband to get her money. But instead of sending a love letter to just one woman, he sends identical letters to two. The women learn about Falstaff's dishonorable intentions and set out to humiliate him appropriately. For tickets and more information, visit: https://theatreanddance.wayne.edu/2022-2023/merry-wives

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