Celebrating our 10-Year Anniversary with
Shakespeare Saturdays Sign-Up!
Scenes, Sonnets, Soliloquies and Songs

Saturday, March 8. 3:00 PM.

New York Public Library, Inwood Branch

Admission is Free! And there's no cover charge,
but there is a two book checkout minimum...

Wow! It's been ten years since we started it all. Come join this Inwood Institution for a lot of fun!
The Shakespeare Saturdays Sign-Up is for all actors - all are welcome! There are no auditions for this event. The format is similar to open mic at cabaret clubs where you just show up and say you wanna sing a song. So, on March 8th, you can show up at The Inwood Library to sign up to perform any Shakespearean scene, monologue, sonnet, etc. of your choice and see your colleagues' work too. It's a perfect opportunity to test out a new monologue in front of an audience or to practice a polished monologue before an important audition - or bring in a fun scene that you and a friend would like to perform. 6 minutes stage time is given to each performer (so you can perform 2 monologues if you like as long as they don't exceed 6 minutes). The only requirements are: 1st, it all has to be Shakespearean, and 2nd- no fight choreography (sorry).

Room opens 2:45 pm, Inwood Branch of the New York Public Library, 4790 Broadway

Donna Stearns Lela Frechette
Donna Stearns, Composer and Executive Producer
Lela Frechette, Emcee

MoonBeam.Net productions, in conjunction with the New York Public Library presents Shakespeare Saturdays, A Free Reading Series Celebrating the Diversity of Upper Manhattan.

Executive Producer and Resident Composer: Donna Kendall Stearns

Artistic Director: Jason Kendall

Made possible by the generous support of
The New York Public Library

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