Apr 06, 2019-
Apr 06, 2019
08:00PM - 11:00PM
A Night of Shakespeare Shorts
A Night of Shakespeare Shorts is a celebration of Shakespeare\\\'s plays in the form of a competition judged by Marin Shakespeare, SF Shakespeare, & ACT.
Phoenix Theater, 201 Washington Street, Petaluma
Event Description

A Night of Shakespeare Shorts is a celebration of Shakespeare\\\'s plays in the form of a competition hosted by the Petaluma Shakespeare Company, Shakesprints and the Phoenix Theater. Actors and actresses from all over the Bay Area compete to win $500.00 for Best Scene of the Evening.  Shakespeare savvy judges from Marin Shakespeare, SF Shakespeare, ACT and others will adjudicate the evening of scenes interspersed with music by the talented Chris Newton.  Come and decide for yourself!

Everyone who attends will get a free slice of birthday cake. It\\\'s a bit early but Shakespeare\\\'s birthday is on April 26th.  We don\\\'t think he\\\'ll mind.

Doors: 7:00 pm /Show 8:00 pm
This event is for all ages!

Petaluma Shakespeare Company is a non profit 501(c)(3) and is the only free Shakespeare in Sonoma County offering performances for all ages under the stars at The Foundry Wharf.   Free Shakespeare By The River is proud to present Macbeth in 2019.

Shakesprints is about celebrating Shakespeare by printing beautiful Shakespearean illustrations on all applicable materials.  We aim to help people enjoy and learn from the dramatic variety, subtle nuances, and breathtaking eloquence expressed across the Shakespearean Canon.

$15 Students and under 18 yrs, $20 Adults.

Presented by Petaluma Shakespeare Company.

Fee: $15.00

Contact Information
Name: Jennifer March    
Phone: 707-287-1766



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