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We look forward to seeing you at the next event!
Aimee & Jamie, t.u Founders
Coming this December
Coming this February 2014
This February, get ready for the third installment
of Shakespeare in the Mill!
In 2014 we will be producing A Midsummer Night's Dream - everyone's favorite! The show will run all through the month of February with evening shows and matinees for everyone to enjoy. We also have a special catered Valentine's Night performance with a cabaret feel, specially designed for couples!
Make sure you join our mailing list to stay up to date with ticket information and more for Shakespeare in the Mill 2014 - A Midsummer Night's Dream!
2013 marked the second Shakespeare in the Mill, and we had the pleasure of presenting As You Like It, a comedy set in the forest of Arden, France, where nobles disguise themselves and servants woo and war with each other. This play is a hilarious look at what love can do to anyone, and the positive changes that love can incite in those who try to avoid its spell!
What did our audiences say?
"You all gave a fantastic performance!
seen a lot of plays and this one was tops!
2012 theatre.unmasked and the Washington Street Mill
presented the very
first Shakespeare in the Mill - a festive family event
for everyone. This timeless story was enjoyed by sell out audiences through
the season, and was a fantastic launch of this community event!
Photos courtesy Gerry Morin email@example.com
October 27 & 28 all day, October 31 in the evening...
Fairytales and Fables like you've never imagined them