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The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 17.1101  Thursday, 21 December 2006

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Date: 		Thursday, December 21, 2006
Subject: 	Shakespeare in Washington

FROM Shakespeare in Washington website:

http://shakespeareinwashington.org/

TO BE OR NOT TO BE may be the world's most famous question-but for six 
months, the only place to be is DC. for this spectacular celebration of 
William Shakespeare's influence on great culture and entertainment.

For more than 400 years, Shakespeare's plays and poetry have resonated in 
the world's consciousness. His works have persisted through centuries of 
theatrical interpretations. They've inspired classic ballets, operas, and 
symphonic suites and been transformed through the lens of modern themes 
and settings. From film and Broadway musicals to fashion and the visual 
arts, his imprint can be found everywhere.

Now, Washington will revel in the genius of Shakespeare through more than 
100 magnificent presentations by more than 60 arts organizations. So 
whether you know all the sonnets by heart or are discovering his work for 
the very first time, Shakespeare in Washington will bring you closer than 
ever to the man they call "The Bard."

This celebration was conceived by Michael M. Kaiser, President of the 
Kennedy Center, and is curated by Michael Kahn, Artistic Director of the 
Shakespeare Theatre Company.

Twelfth Night on Twelfth Night
THE KENNEDY CENTER;
SHAKESPEARE THEATRE COMPANY
Jan. 6
kennedy-center.org, shakespearetheatre.org
To launch Shakespeare in Washington, Shakespeare Theatre Company Artistic 
Director Michael Kahn directs a staged reading in the Concert Hall of 
Twelfth Night on the holiday's traditional date of observance, January 6. 
Shakespeare's celebrated comedy involves cross-dressing women, mistaken 
twins, and zany love sonnets. Co-presented by the Kennedy Center and 
Shakespeare Theatre Company as part of the Millennium Stage series. 
Tickets: Free. Kennedy Center Concert Hall, 2700 F St., NW, Washington, 
DC. (202) 467-4600.

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