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Complete Readings of William Shakespeare
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 20.0580  Monday, 30 November 2009

From:       Justin Alexander <
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Date:       Thursday, 19 Nov 2009 14:22:40 -0600
Subject:    Complete Readings of William Shakespeare

I've become involved in a project that I thought might interest the 
members of the list.

THE COMPLETE READINGS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
Presented by the American Shakespeare Repertory

The American Shakespeare Repertory presents the premiere reading in *The 
Complete Readings of William Shakespeare*  --  a series of staged 
readings which will present every play, poem, and sonnet (along with a 
sampling of the apocrypha) over the next 18-24 months. The *Complete 
Readings* present a unique opportunity to experience in performance all 
of Shakespeare's masterpieces, including those rarely or never seen.

The First Sequence of the *Complete Readings* will run from November 
2009 thru March 2010. It premiers with /Macbeth/, hosted at the Gremlin 
Theater in St. Paul, MN.

UPCOMING DATES/TIMES:

MACBETH
Gremlin Theater (2400 University Ave., St. Paul)
Monday November 23 7:30 PM

TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA
Pillsbury House Theater (3501 Chicago Ave. S., Minneapolis)
Wednesday December 2 7:30 PM

CORIOLANUS
Open Eye Figure Theater (526 East 24th St., Minneapolis)
Wednesday December 9 7:30 PM

TWELFTH NIGHT
South High Skybox Theater (3131 19th Ave. S, Minneapolis)
Wednesday December 16 7:30 PM

About the American Shakespeare Repertory:
The American Shakespeare Repertory is dedicated to capturing the glory 
of Shakespeare's plays in the context of the repertory in which they 
were originally performed. Its productions will explore the unique 
resonances and discoveries made possible when the plays are juxtaposed 
against each other; against the other playwrights of the Elizabethan 
age; and against the multitude of works throughout time which inspired 
them and have been inspired by them.

More Information: http://www.american-shakespeare.com

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