Wednesday, August 2, 2017

News for Lovers of the Bard

Shakespeare Fundraising Fiesta!

Shakespeare Fiesta! Eat, drink and be merrie with friends and fans of Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks! Meet the company and connect with fellow Shakespeareans who appreciate why it's so important to keep Will's works free in our beautiful city parks.

WHEN: Tuesday, September 26 from 6 pm to 9 pm

WHERE:  Mad Mex in Shadyside

Click here for Shakespeare Fundraising Fiesta
At Mad Mex Shadyside space is limited to the first 55 tickets sold.

HOW: Tickets $45. Must be purchased in advance.
Click the button to order your tickets.

WHY:  In support of our 2017 production of William Shakespeare's Henry V.
All proceeds benefit Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks, a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit that operates solely through the support of friends like yourself and a small number of foundation and business supporters.

Mad Mex chips, fresh salsa, guacamole, house salad, wings, build your own fajita bar, either one; 16oz Dos Equis draft OR a 16oz House Margarita per person (must be 21 or older), soft drinks, and Mexican brownies.

RAFFLE: Fun theater tickets, a basket of booze and some surprises!

YOUR ROLE?  When you support PSIP, you are supporting the role of language and performance in our culture and free performances of some of the world's most beloved plays. Learn more about supporting our free Shakespeare inititatives year-round.

Another Shakespeare Notice

PICT Classic Theatre is hosting three summer camp programs for children in underserved communities of Pittsburgh this summer. 

The camps will focus on the works of William Shakespeare, offering children the opportunity to learn about Shakespeare in a 
comfortable, fun, and supportive environment. The first camp was held at the Homewood-Brushton YMCA from June 26th to 29th. 

The second and third camps are scheduled for July and August at the Sarah Heinz House on the North Side (July 31-August 4) 
and at the Thelma Lovette YMCA on Centre Avenue in the Hill District (August 14-18).

Each camp has two teaching artists and serves approximately 20 students per location. Activities include learning about Shakespeare,  reading grade appropriate Shakespeare renditions, character study, scene and setting analysis, movement and voice  work with iambic pentameter, and the opportunity to perform scenes from Shakespeare’s works in front of family and friends.

EVENT: PICT Classic Theatre Shakespeare Summer Camps

DATE: July 31st through August 4th and August 14th through 18th, 2017

PLACE: Sarah Heinz House, Thelma Lovette YMCA (Hill District)

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