Be sure to SHARE it and bring your friends and acquaintances into the fold. AND tell us in the COMMENTS what YOUR favorite line or scene was!!
Read the full press release here
We were ECSTATIC last summer during A Midsummer Night's Dream to host John McGivern and the crew of Around the Corner as part of their "official" visit to Brewer's Hill. They filmed an interview with Todd Denning, our Oberon, as well as the general delightful environs of the show. Now, that episode is now scheduled to air! Which is beyond cool to start with.
But wait, it gets better!
There will be a preview party at Lakefront Brewery. And all our friends and fans are invited to turn out. In fact, we'd really love to have lots of you proudly flying your Shakespeare in the Park banners (figurative, anyway**) to show the rest of the neighborhood just how excited you all are to have us in their/your midst.
Besides...brewery! John McGivern! John Gurda! Get all the details straight from John McG, then read below for more from us:
What else do you need to know?
This was all arranged by the fantastic people at the Historic Brewer's Hill Association, so be sure to appreciate them, in whatever way seems appropriate, for putting this soiree together.
If you'd like to come out, there's no need to RSVP -- doors open at 6:00, just show up! That said, feel free to post a comment telling us to look for you in what will surely be a crowd!
**We would be aided in spotting you if you elected to sport a Shakespeare in the Park t-shirt (or mug or shower curtain...) that you could find here!!
Finally, if you can't be at the preview party, you can (and should!) still catch the episode when it airs two days later on MPTV (channel 10.1), Thursday, February 25 at 7:00 pm.
Thanks to the fun-filled success of last year’s Sonnet Slam, we invite you to join us the evening of Monday, May 13, 2013 at Optimist Theatre’s …
“All the World’s a Stage Sonnet Slam”
All the world’s a stage,
and all the men and women, merely players-
they have their exits and their entrances,
and one man in his time plays many parts,
his acts being seven ages.
AS YOU LIKE IT Act 2 scene 7, 139-143
What’s a Sonnet Slam?
It’s a fun, optimistic party jam-packed with sonnets and laughter in a delicious setting. If you made it to last year’s hilarious evening, you already know how much fun it is!
Give it! There will be 3 sonnet sessions throughout the evening. Sonnets do not have to be memorized and they don’t have to be by Shakespeare.
When: Monday, May 13, 2013 – from 8:00pm to 11:00pm
Where: Transfer Pizzeria and Cafe
101 West Mitchell Street (in Bay View)
Milwaukee, WI 53204
Parking: Free parking along Mitchell Street
Cost: $35 per person. Space is limited, so don’t wait. 100% of your ticket purchase goes to support free Shakespeare in the Park and $20 per ticket is tax deductible. To purchase tickets, click this BUY NOW button.
For more information: Email Tom Reed at email@example.com or phone 414-524-9050.
*Fres Oquendo appears courtesy of:
Shakespeare in the Park is also brought to you in part by grants and donations from BMO Harris Bank, the American Association of University Women, and people like you. Thank you.