“Fair is foul, and foul is fair” – Shakespeare in the Park

The Bandshell Players are a group of volunteer thespians who put on “Shakespeare in the Park After Dark.” Their first production was A Midsummer Night’s Dream, in June, and their second production is running this weekend: Macbeth, the spooky play about a mad Scottish king and his even madder wife. Appropriate for the season of turning weather and ghostly holidays! I’m sorry to miss it myself – I guess there is just too much good stuff going on around here! Not a bad problem to have.

Where and when: Tonight and tomorrow, October 13th and 14th, at 6:30 PM, Wentworth Park Bandshell, Sydney.

How much: Admission by donation.

Bring: A blanket for sitting on, warm layers for wearing, and an umbrella just in case.

Check out: This link to the entire play of Macbeth, to refresh your memory of your favourite soliloquies.

And here are a couple of shots of the June production, courtesy of Mark Delaney. I love seeing this kind of DIY culture happening, it’s super inspiring!

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1 Response to “Fair is foul, and foul is fair” – Shakespeare in the Park

  1. Mark Delaney says:

    Thank you very much for the plug! Keep up the great work with your wonderful and inspiring blog.

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