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Monday, March 3, 2014

Valley troupe to present Shakespeare at Shelton bar

SHELTON - Valley Shakespeare Festival will inaugurate its partnership with Young Emerging Professionals March 13 when it will perform a live staged adaptation of Macbeth, Shakespeare’s monumental work about greed, power and murder.

The venue will be the upper level of Porky’s Café, 50 Center St. 
The event will run from 5:30-8 p.m.
Porky’s, like YEP, is a member of the Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce and will provide light refreshments for the evening and a cash bar. 

The performance is being held in conjunction with YEP’s monthly-scheduled networking meeting, YEPresents. 
It will feature a rousing interactive version of the classic play adapted by VSF’s executive and artistic director, Tom Simonetti, and will engage the audience in fun and inventive ways to become a part of the action. 

Professional actors from the area and New York City will be performing, and prizes will be awarded to audience members for their participation.

Admission is $10 a person (free for YEP members). Tickets may be purchased at www.vsfestival.org, or by calling Valley Shakespeare Festival, 203-513-9446.

Space is limited; advanced tickets are strongly suggested.


This is a press release from Valley Shakespeare Festival, a non-profit organization fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas.

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