Halfway Mark

Today officially marks the middle of the Shakespeare in Paradise Theatre Festival. There has been 5 days of performances and after today there will be five more. We have had an exciting opening with Woman Take Two with over a thousand students attending and a final sold out house for the general public. All but one of our productions have opened and that production (Horn of Plenty featuring Indio) will debut tomorrow night at the National Art Gallery. In spite of the rain, the performances have proceeded and the word of mouth on all of the productions has been good.

As we move into the final stretch we encourage you to purchase your tickets so that you can see some of the wonderful offerings that this festival provides. Woman Take Two, as most of you know, has closed and the final performance of The World is my Home – The Life of Paul Robeson is tonight. You still have three chances to see God’s Trombones, Horn of Plenty featuring Indio, Dat Bahamian Ting, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and one more opportunity to see An Evening with Derek Burrows.

You can call the Box Office (393-3728) to purchase your tickets for any or all of these productions, and you can view the schedule for the rest of the festival on our website.

Don’t miss this opportunity to see some brilliant theatre which will continue until October 11th.

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