30 Friday / May 30, 2014

MCCT’s 25th Annual Shakespeare in the Park

07:00 pm
Across Bloomington

1 week
37 plays
1,223 roles
835,997 words

For the first time in Bloomington history, MCCT will attempt to read the complete dramatic works of William Shakespeare… and we invite the entire Bloomington community to join us!

As Bloomington’s only all-volunteer community theatre troupe, we make participation in the art of theatre open to anyone and everyone , regardless of experience or background. The 25th Anniversary Shakespeare in the Park is our largest participation opportunity yet — the chance for potentially hundreds of local theatre-lovers to engage with the work of one of history’s greatest cultural figures.

For twenty-five years, Monroe County Civic Theater has presented the works of William Shakespeare, free and open to the public.

To celebrate this achievement, MCCT will hold a week-long festival during which the complete dramatic works will be presented as readings, in a variety of venues throughout the city of Bloomington. The festival will culminate with our mainstage production of Hamlet, directed by board vice-president Gregory Morales.

May 30:
7:00 “Much Ado About Nothing”

For more information contact:

Jiaxi Guo
[email protected]

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