Spokane Shakespeare Society continues inaugural season performances this September
SPOKANE, Wash. — Spokane Shakespeare Society (S3) was founded in 2021 by Spokane locals looking to expand the theatre experiences available for the community of Spokane.
The group is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit company, meaning it provides pay-what-you-can performances of Shakespeare plays and other classical works in the summer months. Every performance is free, but you’re encouraged to donate!
A community-focused organization, the shows are meant to give people an introduction to theater without the barrier of a ticket cost.
S3 is always searching for more partners, more ways to collaborate, and more ways to strengthen the Spokane theatre and arts community.
The inaugural season began in August at the Pavilion in Riverfront Park and continues into September with The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged).
Three actors, 37 Shakespearean plays, and 90ish minutes–what could go wrong?
Robert, Kaylan and Jerry are the stars and wear multiple hats in the performance.
From Romeo and Juliet to Titus Andronicus, these actors will give you the highlights while making you laugh.
This fun romp through the Bard’s catalog will give you the fastest (and funniest) experience you have ever had with Shakespeare!
Since they are performing in Riverfront Park, it is recommended you bring your own seating.
For performances set in the Lilac Bowl, all seating is on the grass.
For more information on the shows, including dates and times, see the official website for the Spokane Shakespeare Society.
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