Sat, October 1, 2022 1:00 P.M.
Reading Shakespeare plays aloud not only offers a communal way to enjoy these great works but promotes a deeper understanding of Shakespeare’s poetry and wordplay. No acting experience is required to participate—just bring your voice and your own copy of the play!
This event is completely free with advance registration. If you think you’d like to read aloud, please select the “I’d like to be a reader!” ticket; there are fifteen available. Please bring your own copy of the play. If reader spots are sold out, you are welcome to join the waitlist by selecting the “reader waitlist.” If you would just like to come and listen to the readers, select the “listener” option.
“Fair is foul, and foul is fair.”
The First Folio lists Shakespeare’s plays under the headings, Comedies, Histories, and Tragedies. But if there were a Horror genre for Shakes, then Macbeth would be in it (alright, maybe also Titus Andronicus). We’ll celebrate all things macabre during the Halloween month with a reading of the Shakesplay that contains witches, ghosts, murders, and gouts and gouts of blood.