The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 13.1505 Friday, 7 June 2002
From John F. Andrews <
Date: Saturday, 8 Jun 2002 15:52:15 -0700
Subject: A Shakespearean Revel
A SPECIAL OFFER FROM THE SHAKESPEARE GUILD
A Shakespearean Revel
At Lincoln Center
A GALA DURING WHICH KEVIN KLINE
WILL RECEIVE THE 2002 GIELGUD AWARD
A festive salute to America's most influential playwright, and to an
artist who is keeping the classical tradition vibrant. Please join John
Cleese, Barry Edelstein, Bernard Gersten, Adam Gopnik, Margot Harley,
Kitty Carlisle Hart, Bill Irwin, Dana Ivey, Piper Laurie, Tony Randall,
Roger Rees, and other stars for Bardic vignettes, amusing anecdotes,
gratituitous insults, and warm tributes to one of the most versatile and
respected actors of our time.
Monday, June 17, at 8:00 p.m.
Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall
Tickets are available through The Shakespeare Guild at prices from $50
to $500; those at $125 or more ($80 of which is tax-deductible) provide
seating near the stage as well as admission to an elegant post-show
If you order through the Guild in response to this message, you may
deduct 5% of the price for any tickets you purchase.
For an Order Form that may be printed out and then faxed, simply click
on the PDF link at www.shakespeareguild.com. Otherwise, all you need to
do is reply to this message.
John F. Andrews, President
The Shakespeare Guild
2141 Wyoming Avenue NW, Suite 41
Washington, DC 20008-3916
Phone 202 483 8646 or 202 234 4602
Fax 202 483 7824 or 202 234 4639
Orders at full price may be placed through the Lincoln Center box office
(212 721 6500) or through www.lincolncenter.org, both of which have
tickets available for as low as $30.
The Guild also invites you to attend a Speaking of Shakespeare
discussion on Monday night, June 10, with Ben Cameron, executive
director of Theatre Communications Group, at 8:00 p.m in the National
Arts Club (15 Gramercy Park, New York). Admission is free; for details
call the Club at 202 475 3424.
For another Shakespeare Guild event that may be of interest to you,