Odessa Shakespeare Festival

The Odessa Shakespeare Festivalodessa-shakespeare-logo (1) is taking place November 17-18 at the Globe Theatre in Odessa, Texas. The Texas Shakespeare Festival’s Roadshow will be performing The Taming of the Shrew on Friday the 17th followed by a production of Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits on the 18th. Tickets are $10

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Shakespeare on the Concho looking to expand to third weekend

SOC LogoNothing is final yet, but Shakespeare on the Concho is looking at options to expand its performances to a third weekend. But this third weekend would not be simply adding performances at the Art Museum. Instead we will take the show on the road. Locations are yet undetermined but talks are taking place with the communities in Mertzon, Ballinger, Eden and possibly Christoval. The show in 2018 is Macbeth, directed by Stoddard Owens. Check back here for more details.

Super Cast for Complete Shakes Abridged

 

Alright, this may not exactly be a scoop, but The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Abridged at Angelo Civic Theater is in rehearsal. The casts is Brent Jenkins, Casey Baccus and Lance (Lace) Turner—quite the local star studded cast. You won’t want to miss this. Show dates are November 10-19

Casey

Casey Baccus

Lance

Lance Turner

 

Brent

Brent Jenkins

Shit-Faced Shakes in Austin

If you think Shakespeare is too stuffy, the Austin based Magnificent Bastards will disabuse you of that notion. They are performing the Shit-faced Shakespeare® production of  Much Ado About Nothing at The North Door in Austin, Texas on October 6 and October 7 at the Spider House Ballroom.

According to their website, “Shit-faced Shakespeare® is the deeply highbrow fusion of an entirely serious Shakespeare play with an entirely shit-faced cast member. Outrageous raucous and completely unpredictable, the show has been running since 2010 and has already entertained over 200,000 eager theatre goers across the UK and US.”

“Shit-Faced Shakespeare® seeks to introduce a new generation of theatre-goers to the works of the Bard by reviving the raucous, interactive and vibrant nature of Elizabethan theatre with a very modern twist – reminding them as we go to always enjoy Shakespeare responsibly.”

Source: Shit-Faced Shakespeare