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Please Join us for

a live-Streamed reading of

Days of Possibilities

a play by Rich Orloff

Live - Monday, May 4, 7 PM

On YouTube

 

(This link will be live 15 minutes before showtime)

DAYS OF POSSIBILITIES explores the journey of one college’s response to the Vietnam War. Based on letters and interviews with over 100 alumni of Oberlin College in Ohio, the play charts the path from small, polite protests in 1964 to the campus-wide activities after the killings on May 4, 1970 of four unarmed students by National Guardsmen during a protest at nearby Kent State University.
 

please note: DUE TO COVID-19 AND THE NEED TO SOCIALLY DISTANCE -- ALL FUTURE PRODUCTIONS ARE ON HOLD - PLEASE CHECK BACK IN JUNE TO SEE PERFORMANCE DATES


ONLINE CLASSES ARE AVAILABLE AND WE HOPE YOU WILL CHECK THEM OUT!

The Awakening

by Kate Chopin

Adapted in the Book-It Style by Rebecca Chase with Music by Myra Platt 

Directed by Christine Mosere

In the face of the current public health crisis and the need to help stop the spread of Covid-19 (Corona-Virus), we have decided to cancel our classes (for now) and move our production of The Awakening to a future date. 

Summer Shakespeare Festival
& The Awakening

Stay tuned for more information in the future about cancelations or re-scheduled performances.



 

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What we do

STAGED READING SERIES

Experience the great plays you never get to see on the stage!

Next up:

"Hindle's Wake" by Stanley Houghton

 

Previously: 

Mary the Third, Lady Windermere's Fan, Diana of Dobson's, Ten by Tennessee. 

 

SUMMER

SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL

2nd Shakespeare Festival is in the Works! To Be Announced on May 1st!

Our First Frederick Shakespeare Festival was a HUGE Success!! 1,000+ people came to see our events!

We sponsored a production of A Midsummer Night's Dream performed in July and August on the campus of Hood College. We also hosted Shakespeare's Other Women (a Staged Reading), Macbeth in a Saloon, and a Teen Production of Shakespeare in Love at Sky Stage.

Our 2020 Shakespeare Festival will be announced in winter of 2020.

SUPPORTING ARTISTS

Supporting both union and non-union actors as well as producers of theatre who honor our mission.

The Endangered Species Theatre Project is happy to sponsor or grant funding for groups/ troupes producing plays that match our mission and "how we do this" goals.

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