PERFORMANCE: Moved Reading: The Tempest
|Moved Reading: The Tempest : All welcome for a participatory performance on the New Fortune stage
The new season of moved readings is upon us and we are delighted to present our offerings for first semester 2019.Overseen by Bríd Phillips (project director) and Steve Chinna (staging director and much else!) with educational input from Kathryn Prince, the Renaissance Moved Readings Project continues the tradition of informal, participatory, fast-paced and usually hilarious readings of Shakespeare’s plays.
This semester’s moved readings are Thursdays from 4-6 pm on the New Fortune Stage:
28 March, Much Ado About Nothing (a witty battle of the sexes is waged, comedy ensues)
11 April, King Lear (a king foolishly divides his kingdom among his daughters, tragedy ensues)
16 May, The Tempest (on an enchanted island, magical and muggle characters meet, romance ensues)
Participants and spectators of all ages are welcome: over-18s are invited to bring their own libations for festive imbibing afterwards in the Shakespeare Garden.
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