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Gulf Coast Shakespeare Festival coming to SW Florida

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We are pleased to announce our plan to create the region’s first Shakespeare Festival, slated for November 20th and 21st, 2010. The Gulf Coast Shakespeare Festival will feature local community theater troupes, professionals, artists, vendors, and a host of other organizations in an effort to bring a variety of Shakespearean arts to southwest Florida.

These arts will include:
*full plays by Shakespeare, Middleton, Jonson and other writers of the early 17th century
*displays of weapons from Elizabethan/Jacobean times and demonstrations
*lectures on symbolism in some of Shakespeare’s plays and on other topics of general interest
*mask-making and other activities for children
*short scenes from plays by Shakespeare
*and much more…

We would like to offer you and your group an opportunity to make a presentation at this first Gulf Coast Shakespeare Festival. Your presentation may be a workshop, a children’s program, a lecture, a play, or an idea of your own making.

Your presentation should be between 15 and 45 minutes, unless it is a full-length play, and should be repeatable, so that it might be presented twice or more during the course of the day’s events.

Please join us in celebrating the great Bard’s work at this inaugural riverside event and fill out the attached form with your information and needs. You may email us for more information at

Download an application at!

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