Date: June 18, 2012
Contact: Angélica G. Huertas
Shakesperience Productions, Inc. Events Summer 2012
Shakespeare in Library Park
Shakesperience Productions, Inc. presents 8th annual Shakespeare in Library Park, featuring Richard III, directed by Emily Mattina.
Richard III will be presented on June 28-July 1 in Library Park located at 373 Grand Street, behind the Silas Bronson Library in Downtown Waterbury. Free parking is available at the Silas Bronson lot, in the Buckingham Ramp Garage, and on Meadow and Grand Streets. Thursday evening performance of Richard III will begin at 7pm, Friday and Saturday at 8pm, and on Sunday at 2pm. There will also be a matinee performance of C.S. Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe on Sunday, July 1st at 10:00am. Picnicking will begin a half hour before the performances and a $15 donation is encouraged and welcomed.
Richard III: Fact or Fiction
Also join Shakesperience Artistic Director Emily Mattina and author and Richard III scholar Joan Szechtman for a discussion on Richard III. Richard III: Fact vs. Fiction will be held on June 29 at 6pm at Barnes & Noble. Joan Szechtman is the author of This Time and Loyalty Binds Me, and books will be available for purchase.
On July 21, Shakesperience begins Vintage Shakesperience, its tour of wine vineyards and other venues across the northeast, beginning with Hamlet at Miranda Vineyard in Goshen, CT. The next stop on the tour is White Silo Farm & Winery in Sherman, CT. On August 10, Shakesperience will perform Much Ado About Something. Two actors mix up monologues, scenes, and each other as they invite the audience to be a part of the fun. Shakesperience’s signature audience interactive piece, it’s perfect for a fundraiser, open mic, class, seminar, team builder, party, or any occasion that calls for literature, levity, and dramatic cameos abound. Also at White Silo will be a performance of Hamlet on Saturday, August 11. These performances are followed by Richard III at McLaughlin Vineyard in Sandy Hook, Connecticut on August 25. Rain dates for most performances are scheduled for the following day. The performances will be presented with the generous support of the Department of Economic and Community Development Office of the Arts. For more information about programs and locations, or to purchase tickets, please visit www.shakesperience.org, find us on Facebook, or call (203) 754-2531.
Shakesperience Productions, Inc. is pleased to announce Acting Classes for students age 7-17 at the Shakesperience Studios in Waterbury this July. Students ages 7-11 will study Greek Mythology from July 9-13, while students ages 12-17 will be studying As You Like It from July 16-20. In all classes, students will explore various acting techniques and styles using the Shakesperience Approach. Each class will focus on creating action through language while developing a positive ensemble. Intensives culminate in a presentation to be shared by family and friends.
To register for the class or to inquire about more information, please visit www.shakesperience.org or call 203-754-2531.
Shakesperience Productions, Inc. is a professional theatre company located in downtown Waterbury, Connecticut and touring throughout the Northeast to an audience of adults and students alike with School and Public Performance Tours, Acting Intensives, Summer Camps, Residencies, Shakespeare in Library Park, and the Spring and Fall Festivals of Theatre. For more information, check us out on the web at www.shakesperience.org or find us on Facebook.
Angélica G. Huertas, Marketing Manager
Shakesperience Productions, Inc.
Shakespeare in Library Park 2012: Richard III
June 28-July 1
Thursday 7pm, Friday & Saturday 8pm, Sunday 2pm
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