The behind-scenes-blog of Bare Theatre and its affiliates.

On tap for 2013…

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Happy New Year!  Hope you kicked off this year of the snake with a bang.

We are gearing up for what will be an ambitious year.  It will involve collaboration with some amazing artists and organizations in the Triangle and it will be a ton of fun.

We will be returning to our roots and mounting TWO Shakespeare productions this year…but first we will explore short works that have not been previously seen in the area.  Our fourth annual installment of Winter One-Acts at Common Ground Theatre runs February 21-24, and it will be funny and creepy!  More on that to come.

This Spring, mistakes will be made.  We perform Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors at Raleigh Little Theatre’s amphitheater May 24 – June 1.  We are looking to collaborate with Cirque De Vol and local circus artists to turn the town of Ephesus into a vintage circus!  Bring a picnic or grab some grub from a tasty food truck and enjoy amazing feats and mistaken identities under the stars!

Bare Theatre is also in talks with Historic Stagville to remount Let Them Be Heard.  If last year you did not get a chance to see this show, taken from the testimony of former slaves in North Carolina, this is a powerful experience not to be missed.  More details will follow.

This Fall, Artistic Director Heather J. Strickland will return from baby-break to direct Shakespeare’s comedy As You Like It at the RLT Amphitheater.  This show is shaping up to be incredible already.  We are partnering with Pinecone – the Piedmont Council of Traditional Music – to create a bluegrass version of the show with live music!

All in all, it’s going to be a good year.  Stay tuned!

-GTB

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