The LA SummerFest officials have sent out a press release with information regarding this past summer events and plans for the coming 2014 summer.
Rebranding our summer festival to the LA SummerFest and expanding the festival to include concerts and a musical has made this past summer one of the most successful summers to date.
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More than 3,800 people came to the event and we are already planning for next summer’s 2014 LA SummerFest.
Here’s a preview: Free Shakespeare in the Park production of Cymbeline, Free Concerts, Opening Night Gala – July 11th (Save the date!). A Musical ….and a couple of surprises in store for you: A new music and cultural event, possibly a children’s production, another theatrical production.
Keep up to date with all the exciting news for the LA SummerFest: Facebook.com/LASummerFest
This year the Shakespeare Festival was invited to participate in the 6th Annual TPC Art & Wine Gala. WHAT A FABULOUS EVENT! (more on that later). A big shout out to the Shakespeare Volunteers for the event: Kerrie Pellonpää, Heather Frame, and Todd Hughlett with Executive Director, David Stear
The Santa Clarita Shakespeare Festival is one of the fastest growing arts organizations in the California. With a successful summer festival and dynamic educational outreach program, there a many ways to get involved:
Volunteer for an event or Host an event
Apply to be on the board of directors
make a donation to support the festival or the our work in the schools
Join our administrative team. We are currently looking for an Educational Outreach Coordinator, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Romeo & Juliet: Touring local high schools
The Boy Who Creid LOBO: an original, bilingual adaptation of the classic fairy tale.
We Need Your Help!
Keep Shakespeare in alive in our Schools!
BECOME A SPONSOR
A LIVE performance of Shakespeare brought directly into our schools for every 9th grader in our valley
Shakespeare was meant to be performed and watched where the language is understood, see the characters come to life, and the tragedy of impetuous behavior has greater meaning.
You can help us reach every ninth grade student in our valley. This 40-minute selection of scenes is crafted specifically for high schools, and includes many of the most famous scenes and characters from the play while maintaining the integrity of Shakespeare’s language. The presentation accommodates an interactive talk-back after each performance. Scenes include: the dance, the balcony scene, Romeo’s departure, the fight between Mercutio and Tybalt, and the tomb scene.
Become a sponsor and have your name & company logo on every program, study guide, and all PR & marketing for this tour, reaching an audience of over 3,500, students, staff & faculty.
For more information about becoming a sponsor for the Romeo & Juliet Tour, contact email@example.com.
SCSF is a 501(c)3 tax deductible charity.
PRESS RELEASE COURTESY OF THE SANTA CLARITA SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL OFFICIALS
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Source: Santa Clarita News