365 Days of Shakespeare

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135. ‘Merchant’ Moved!

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(This is a cross-posting from the Richmond Shakespeare blog, because I am too lazy to rephrase it all. But here is something I will add in: my wonderful fiance Adam will be featured in this reading!)

Among all the weather postponements you’re now juggling in your calendar, place the staged reading of “The Merchant of Venice,” featuring Alan Sader and Erin Thomas Foley to February 24. I know, it’s not a Tuesday—in fact, it’s not even a second Wednesday, it’s a fourth.

Tuesday, February 24, 2010 – 7:30pm
$15, includes a glass of wine/juice

Directed by Freddy Kaufman in the beautiful new Gottwald Playhouse at CenterStage. “Merchant” was first produced by RS in 2004, with Kaufman as Old Gobbo and Tubal. It was also the first Acts of Faith production in 2005 and though it’s not our primary entry in the festival this year, will prove great fodder for conversation, as always. The new date will have tickets for sale at richmondshakespeare.com soon. Join us.


Written by Caroline Mincks

February 15, 2010 at 12:39 PM

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