After 18 months of not performing live, SPC Theater is back on stage next week with The Complete Works Of William Shakespeare (abridged)[Revised].
This 90-minute production will include the plays of William Shakespeare – all 37 of them – in a fast, funny and frantic evening of theater performed by nine SPC theater students.
Coming back to the theater has been exciting, and I decided that we couldn’t continue with Zoom, so I reached out to students, who were very excited, figured out a way to do this very safely, and here we are.
I will be co-directing this production with my former student, Betty-Jane Parks, a local professional actor and current high school theater educator at Blake High School in Tampa. With only an audience of 52 per performance in a socially distant 400-seat theater, reservations are required. All audience members will have their temperatures taken at the door. A $10 suggested donation for the general public would be greatly appreciated, as all proceeds go to supporting the theater department and theater scholarships. The production is free for all SPC students, faculty and staff.
The performances will be March 24-27 at 7 p.m. and March 28 at 2 p.m. Make a reservation here.