North Bay theatre artists to participate in “Globetrotting” Shakespeare production

Shakespeare artists from around the world – including the North Bay – will come together digitally to present a live stream performance of The Tempest courtesy the newly launched Globetrotting Shakespeare company.

Journeying to Prospero’s digital island are theatre makers and artists representing Shakespeare by the Sea, Prague Shakespeare Company, Atlanta Shakespeare Company at the Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse, Shakespeare at Notre Dame, The University of Houston, and Shakespeare Napa Valley. The actors will be participating remotely, and the event will be live streamed through thestreamingtheatre.com.

Co-produced and co-directed by Napa Valley College/Napa Valley Shakespeare Artistic Director Jennifer King, local artists participating include Benjamin Stowe, Matthew Cowell, Jessica Romero, and Aaron Wilton.

This one-time performance will launch on The Streaming Theatre website and Twitch page on 

Saturday, July 11, 2020 at 11:00 am PDT 

Watch on The Streaming Theatre: https://thestreamingtheatre.wixsite.com/home/livestream

or on

Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/thestreamingtheatre

Tickets: This is a DONATE WHAT YOU CAN event.

Donate by credit card through Paypal. Options for donating can be found at https://www.pragueshakespeare.com/support-psc.html.

Contributions to the event will benefit Prague Shakespeare Company’s Summer Shakespeare Intensive, a transformational classical theater training, performance and mentorship program that takes place each summer in the Czech Republic, where Jennifer King is a frequent guest director. “I have directed three plays for Prague Shakespeare Company (PSC), including The Comedy of Errors and A Midsummer Night’s Dream for PSC’s Summer Shakespeare Intensive (SSI). These experiences have been vital to my evolution as a theater maker”, said King. “Participating in this fundraiser for the SSI as a producer and director for a company that has given so much to artists from around the world just feels like the right thing to do.”

For more information, go to globetrottingshakespeare.com.

 

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