The Tempest, 8pm with 7pm Book Club Conversation


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Date/Time
Date(s) - 06/17/2017
8:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Location
Patapsco Female Institute Historic Park


THE TEMPEST
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Lizzi Albert
Shakespeare’s  magnificent final play of storm  and shipwreck, mystery and magic, and profound redemption is perfect for a summer’s eve in the PFI Historic Park. “We are such stuff as dreams are made on.”   

The gates open at 6:30pm for picnicking.  Special pre-show event at 7pm. Performance starts at 8pm.  All The World’s a Page, the CSC book club, discusses Hag-Seed, by Margaret Atwood, a novel inspired by The Tempest. Casual, fun, and lively discussion. Bring your picnic and meet us under the tent. Sponsors include The Ivy BookShop, Enoch Pratt Free Library,  Hogarth Books. Our discussion leader, Ryan O’Grady, is a wonderful Pratt librarian.

Thanks to generous underwriters and media partners, children’s tickets will be FREE for The TempestAdvance reservations are recommended, as these performances are expected to sell out.  Limit: two free children’s tickets (for ages 18 and under) with each paid adult ticket.

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