[Steppes] Shakespeare in the Park (was Free Shakespeare...)

Jann Mays hlgabrielle at yahoo.com
Fri Jun 17 10:39:38 PDT 2005

Thanks for the heads up on this.  I knew it was going to be soon.  We used to
go many years ago and, as members, we were allowed to take 4 guests each.  I
don't think they do that anymore, though.  But we have been talking about going
again, so thanks!

Anyway, for those who are interested and have 'caught the bard bug,' you can
check out their website (and calendar for which shows are on what day) at: 
http://www.shakespearedallas.org/  We used to take a cooler with wine, fruit,
French bread, brie and pâté.  Yum.  We even won a gift basket once.  Katya will
have to tell you the funny story behind THAT one! :D


--- "morgancain at earthlink.net" <morgancain at earthlink.net> wrote:

> For those not on the HPB e-list.  I always prefer paying for tickets to
> support theatre companies (given that I am so active with several and know
> how they struggle for funds) but if you cannot go except with a free
> ticket, I'd rather you get a chance to experience it than not.  If you use
> a free ticket please try to donate a couple dollars at the gate.
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> Shakespeare Dallas presents Shakespeare in the Park 
> Playing at the Samuell-Grand Amphitheatre
> The Winter's Tale: A little bit of comedy. 
> A little bit of tragedy. 
> Even a bit with a bear! and Richard III: 
> Shakespeare's greatest villain. 
> Performances June 16 - July 23, 2005
> Gates open at 7:30 p.m. and Shows begin at 8:15 p.m. 
> Free tickets available at Half Price Books for performances 
> Tuesday through Thursday and Sunday. Limit 4 per family. 
> Samuell-Grand Amphitheatre, nestled in the eastern portion of 
> Samuell-Grand Park next to the Tennison golf course, provides
> a wonderful park setting that can accommodate blankets, sand 
> chairs and lawn chairs. 
> Minutes from downtown and right around the corner from 
> the Dallas Arboretum, guests are encouraged to come a little 
> early, spend some time with friends and family and to enjoy 
> a festive experience in the park. Guests are encouraged 
> to bring coolers, picnics, blankets and lawn chairs. 
> Better yet, chairs can be rented and picnics purchased onsite 
> from the company's official concessionaire.
> Tickets for other nights, parking and general information 
> available at www.shakespearedallas.org
> Samuell-Grand Park & Amphitheatre
> 1500 Tenison Pkwy, Dallas, TX 75223
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