Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Shakespeare On The Sound Playing Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow

Playing every day (except Monday) between July 4th and July 12th, anyway. You can catch A Midsummer’s Night Dream at Baldwin Park in Greenwich (Arch Street, just off Exit 3). See the Shakespeare on the Sound website for details. Last week’s Rowayton version featured an innovative slender stage snaking through the crowd: a play on a runway. No idea if they’ll do the same in Greenwich, but I hope to find out.

(photo from autumn_leaf, flickr.com)

7 comments:

Silli said...

It may be just off Exit 3, but for people who are not compelled to drive absolutely everywhere, you should note that it's only a 5 minute walk from the Greenwich Train Station, as well.

StamfordNotes said...

Yup - all true.

Chris Preovolos said...

I saw it in Rowayton. I don't really dig Shakespeare that much and was intending only to go hang out for a little while with friends, eat and split.

However, I was coerced into staying and it was AWESOME.

The guy who played Pyramus (who for some reason is not listed on the website) and Jesse Perez as Puck MAKE it.

–CP

StamfordNotes said...

Excellent to know and good to pass along to my better half who feels the same way. I love it when coercion turns into awesomeness.

Anonymous said...

I'm tired of Shakespeare. Why can't we get something else "...on the Sound"...? My wife always tries to get me to do this every year..ugh...time to stir things up!

Chris Preovolos said...

It should be noted that I am an idiot, and that the character Pyramus is a character in a play within the play. Ty Jones plays Bottom, who plays Pyramus.

stamfordnotes said...

It should also be noted that the last comment by "anon" was from my husband who is not as tricky as he thinks he is. He'll be first in line for "Beer Pong on the Sound"