Day Three at Shakespeare in Paradise

We have arrived at day three, and tonight Shakespeare In Paradise will introduce the public to two more plays. Zora will have its first festival performance at the National Art Gallery and One White One Black will share a double bill at the Dundas with Caribbean Voices, which had its festival debut last night at The Hub. Both productions enjoyed packed houses. A special fundraiser for the E. Clement Bethel Friends of the Festival featuring Music of The Bahamas will take place at The Humidor. All three of tonight ‘s shows will begin at eight o”clock.

Just thought that you would like to know that Friday night’s performance of Music of The Bahamas, at The Marley Resort, is SOLD OUT but there are still seats available for Thursday night’s performance at The Humidor at the regular ticket price of $25.00.

Our Box Office opens at ten o’clock this morning and runs until four o’clock this afternoon and will be open every day at those same hours for the rest of this week.

You can call 393-3728 to book your tickets for one of tonight ‘s shows or for any of the other available performances this week. Or, you can go to The Dundas Box Office to collect your tickets. Reserved tickets not claimed by four o’clock on the day of the performance will be sold on a first come first served basis.

Our matinee performances of The Tempest are SOLD OUT.

Please don’t wait until the last minute to purchase your tickets for other performances of The Tempest or for Music of The Bahamas, Zora, One White One Black, Caribbean Voices and Love In Two Acts.


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