Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 4, No. 406. Wednesday, 30 June 1993.
Date: Wednesday, 30 Jun 93 17:37:00-0400
Subject: Shakespeare in N. Georgia
I've run across a most interesting offering for this summer in the northern
woods of Georgia which might be of interest to any SHAKSPERians in the area. I
quote from the blurb: "No tights, just fights! -- Shakespeare's HENRY V as
you've never seen it before, performed by a troupe of seven oddly-shaped actors
from New York and North Georgia. This modern production combines Shakespeare's
finest poetry with live music in a modern setting. Discover the adventure,
passion, and romance of Shakespeare's most famous history in a production that
finally fractures the 2-hour barier. Directed by Brent Glenn, presented at the
Sautee-Nacoochee Arts & Community Center, a rural schoolhouse under restoration
in the historic Sautee-Nacoochee Valleys in the N.E. Georgia mountains. Call
706-878-3300, contact Penny Pinson."
I'd love to know just how oddly shaped those passing through this
more-than-two-hour spectacle brought it off.
PS. The performances run the second and third weeks of July; contact them for