Shakespeare in the Bar is Thursday evening, and the public is invited to the performance.
Valley Shakespeare Festival will inaugurate its partnership with the business group — Young Emerging Professionals — on March 13, when it will perform a live staged adaptation of Shakespeare’s work about greed, power and murder: Macbeth.
The venue for this event will be the upper level of Porky’s Café at 50 Center Street in Shelton from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Porky’s, like YEP, is a member of the 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 an interactive version of the classic play adapted by VSF’s executive and artistic director, Tom Simonetti. Professional actors from the area and NYC will be performing the roles, and prizes will be awarded to audience members for their participation.
Admission to the event is $10 per person (free for YEP members), tickets can be purchased at www.vsfestival.org, or by calling Valley Shakespeare Festival at 203-513-9446. Space is limited, so advanced tickets are suggested.
Valley Shakespeare Festival is a non-profit organization, fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas.