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Match: Lit returns to Q.E.D. Astoria this Monday, October 21 at 8:00pm for the next installment of its boozy reading series with BARDcore: The Merry Wives of Windsor!
Laurel Andersen, Director
FEATURING: Emily Ann Banks, Caroline Rose Leon, Theo McKenna, Andre Ozim, Maria Pigatti, Kristin Sgarro, Anna Stacy, Jasmine Aurora Thomas, Rudi Utter*, and Rachel Weekley.
Click here to learn more about BARDcore here, and to get your tickets today!
Words, words words...the bard wrote a lot of them, and now it's your job to make sense of it all - and to make sure your audience understands it too.
Whether it's understanding a play, speaking the text for the first time, or rehearsing a new audition piece or major role, Match: Lit's Director of Education Rudi Utter* (Macbeth in Macbeth; Friar Lawrence in Romeo & Juliet) is here to help you make the most of your language - no matter your skill level.
Fall Registration is Now Open! Learn more about our Shakespeare training here.
Rudi Utter* is a New York City actor, director, and coach...
JUST ANNOUNCED: As You Like It
Coming in February, Match: Lit is proud to announce its next mainstage - an ensemble-driven, musically-focused production of William Shakespeare's As You Like It.
Match: Lit presents
AS YOU LIKE IT
Directed by Laurel Andersen
With Original Music by Kristin Sgarro
February 13-23, 2020
The Access Theater Gallery
380 Broadway, Fourth Floor
New York, New York
NOW SEEKING: Stage Manager, Costume Designer
Interested parties please send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com
One director, one cast, one week to rehearse, one chance to perform!
Enjoy a Shakespeare reading over refreshments, a little trivia, and overall a better alternative to your average Monday night.
This fall, three NYC Shakespeare directors take on three new works for your enjoyment, all to be presented the third Monday of each month:
October 21: The Merry Wives of Windsor (Laurel Andersen, Director)
November 18: Julius Caesar (Regina Renée Russell, Director)
December 16: The Winter's Tale (Andrew Oppmann, Director)
Tickets on sale now!
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