A maiden, a monster, a sorcerer, and spirits populate an exotic island in The Tempest, Shakespeare's magical, yet terrifying romantic comedy. The sorcerer, Prospero, was exiled to the island with his daughter, Miranda. Through use of his powers, Prospero, also the rightful Duke of Milan, wrecks the ship carrying his usurping brother and several other noblemen. He then orchestrates the repentance of the wrongdoers stranded on the isle by tormenting them with spirits. There are no Tuesday performances on December 24, January 7, or January 21. There are no Wednesday matinees on December 25 or January 1. There is no Thursday performance on December 26. There are no Saturday matinees on December 7, 21, 28, and January 18. There is an additional Sunday evening performance on December 8 at 7pm.