When it’s time to pick a play for the school’s annual Shakespeare competition, one group wants to do Romeo and Juliet, and the other wants to do Titus Andronicus. This leads the class into splitting up and planning on performing both plays. After a zany casting and rehearsal process the student learn they can only do one play at the festival, so they pull together as a team and combine the two plays into one.
A Shakespeare mashup, written by Ryan Bultrowicz. Key City Public Theatre is pleased to present their first Annual Youth Academy Shakespeare performance.
Play-goers are encouraged to bring camp chairs, beach chairs, blankets, and warm clothes for the cool evenings. Picnics welcome, or treats available at performance.
Tickets pay-what-you-choose in person, or $8-$62 (sliding scale available to all) here.