Shakespeare Theatre Company will offer a free-of-charge open rehearsal of it's production of Cymbeline at the Lansburgh Theatre, on Sunday, January 9 at 3pm. Rebecca Bayla Taichman directs the production.

Shakespeare's play tells the story of the love between Princess Imogen and the commoner Posthumus.

As previously reported, the company will feature Justin Badger (Guiderius), Mark Bedard (Posthumus Leonatus), Zoe W. Briscoe (Girl), Franchelle Stewart Dorn (Queen), Adrian LaTourelle (Iachimo), Gretchen Hall (Imogen), Andrew Long (Caius Lucius), Leo Marks (Cloten), Alex Morf (Arviragus), Dee Pelletier (Storyteller), Michael Rudko (Belarius), Todd Scofield (Philario), Ted van Griethuysen (Cymbeline), Jenn Walker (Helen), and William Youmans (Pisanio). The ensemble will include Katie Atkinson, Brian Clowdus, Adam Ewer, Ben Horen, Kevin Stevens, Tom Story, James Whalen and Hannah Wolfe.

Seating for this open rehearsal is first-come, first-served; no reservations are required.

Cymbeline runs January 18 - March 6. For more information and tickets, click here.