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It’s time once again for Shakespeare Outloud! Our next reading is nearly upon us. On Sunday, April 27, we’ll read Hamlet at 2:00 pm in the Lawson McGee Library downtown. A few parts will be cast ahead of time and several will be up for grabs the day of the reading. If you have a strong interest and want to get signed up ahead of time for a role please contact me by e-mail, or by phone at 546-4280.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME
We welcome all voices, all dialects. We read the plays for the joy of reading them, to hear and discover more about the plays and to further help people discover and appreciate these marvelous plays. We’d love you to be part of it. You may come and grab a script and take part in the reading or you can come and participate as an audience member.
Before the reading, Jennifer Horn will provide some fun facts about the play – we call it Shakesology! We will also talk about the play following the reading.
It’s free and it’s fun. We hope to see you on Sunday.