What Cheer, Shakespeare? Theatre Co. Presents Shakespeare Under the Stars at Governor Sprague Mansion, 1351 Cranston St. ~ 7:00 p.m. on July 29 & 30 Aug. 5 & 6
Reserve Your Place Now---For more information, call 508-933-4233 / Tickets: $10.00 www.facebook.com/WhatCheerShakespeare/
To Be ~ Or Not To Be Present At This Show ~ That Is The Question. Don’t Miss It. JOIN US!
This year as a celebration of all Shakespeare's comedies, we are performing TWO comedies based on Shakespeare's plays! These shows are great for all those who love Shakespeare, and even better for those who struggle with the language. In Act one, we will be performing part of the acclaimed play, "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)," A play in which just four actors explain all of Shakespeare's plays in just 45 minutes! In Act Two, we perform the hilarious parody of HAMLET, "Something's Rotten in the State of Denmark," written by local playwright, Joseph Wallace.
Because inflation has hit us all hard this summer, we still want folks to experience Shakespeare Under the Stars, so we have lowered the price of tickets to just $10/person! These performances are weather permitting. Bring lawn chairs, or a blanket, have a picnic -- don't forget the bug spray! Enter at 1351 Cranston St. Parking in back of Mansion. No pets.
A Little About What Cheer, Shakespeare? Theatre Co. What Cheer, Theatre? a company founded in 1995 by Cranston resident Joseph Wallace and his partner Karen Valcourt, and Theatre members have been producing Shakespeare Under the Stars throughout southern New England. It is the longest continuously running Shakespeare Co. performing in R.I. With a style that can be best described as “irreverent”, the Company strives to bring Shakespeare to everybody, regardless of their previous experience or knowledge of Shakespeare. The focus is on entertaining the audience with some of Shakespeare’s greatest works ever produced.
About the Cranston Historical Society www.cranstonhistoricalsociety.org. The Cranston Historical Society, a 501 ( c ) ( 3 ) nonprofit organization, includes the historic 1790/1864 Governor Sprague Mansion Museum and 1770 colonial Joy Homestead dedicated to historic preservation and education. To inquire about tours, rentals or joining call: (401) 944-9226.
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