Monday, June 7, 2010

Great River Shakespeare Festival—Opening in One Month!

Comedy of Errors. Dir. Paul Mason Barnes. Perf. Corey Allen, Doug Scholz-Carlson, Christopher Gerson, Tarah Flanagan, Shanara Gabrielle, Michael Fitzpatrick, Jonathan Gillard Daly, Jack Forbes-Wilson, Jeff Schaetsky, Andrew Carlson, Evan Fuller, David Coral, Kate Mazzola, and David Rudi Utter. Great River Shakespeare Festival. Winona, Minnesota. 2010.
Othello. Dir. Alec Wild. Perf. Corey Allen, Doug Scholz-Carlson, Christopher Gerson, Tarah Flanagan, Shanara Gabrielle, Michael Fitzpatrick, Jonathan Gillard Daly, Jack Forbes-Wilson, Jeff Schaetsky, Andrew Carlson, Evan Fuller, David Coral, Kate Mazzola, and David Rudi Utter. Great River Shakespeare Festival. Winona, Minnesota. 2010.

Be certain to include a trip to Winona, Minnesota in your summer plans, and make sure that your trip occurs between June 23 and August 1. The Great River Shakespeare Festival will be presenting The Comedy of Errors and Othello this year.

We've been to the Festival for many years running, and every show has topped the last one. This year promises to be no exception!

Head to the GRSF website to get your tickets! Now!
Links: The Great River Shakespeare Festival.

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