Outdoor performance of Romeo & Juliet in Fairwinds on July 16

Bear & Co. present Romeo & Juliet

(press release)
Please join us for Shakespeare in the Park! Passions soar and hearts break in this production of Romeo & Juliet, brought to you by Bear & Co. Join us outdoors to celebrate the long evenings and warm weather, and theatre that stands the test of time. Bring a picnic, a blanket or lawn chairs, raingear in case it mizzles, and bug spray, and watch six actors conjure the warring families of Verona in front of your eyes.

This year’s creative team is Eleanor Crowder, director; Rachel Eugster, music director; Chris McLeod, fight director; and players Zoe Georgaras, Phillip Merriman, David daCosta, Chris McLeod, J.T. Morris, and David Whiteley. All shows start at 7; our suggested donation into the hat is $20 per person. Please see the full tour schedule, below.  More info: http://www.bearandcompany.ca/

Wed July 5            Central Park–The Glebe
Thurs July 6          Strathcona Park–Sandy Hill (at the willow grove)
Fri July 7                Britannia ParkBritannia (at the gazebo)
Sat July 8              Station Park–Killaloe (Lion’s Hall, in case of rain)
Sun July 9             Briargreen Park–Centrepointe

Wed July 12          Windsor Park–Old Ottawa South
Thurs July 13        Clare Gardens Park–Westboro
Fri July 14             Strathcona Park–Sandy Hill (at the willow grove)
Sat July 15            Dickinson SquareManotick (near Watson’s Mill)
Sun July 16           Par-la-Ville Park–Stittsville

Wed July 19          Central Park–The Glebe
Thurs July 20        Applewood Acres Park–Alta Vista
Fri July 21              Hintonburg Park–Hintonburg (behind the community centre)
Sat July 22            Claudette Cain Park–Riverside South
Sun July 23           Fairbairn House Heritage Centre-Wakefield, QCWed July 26          Windsor ParkOld Ottawa South
Thus July 27         Clare Gardens Park–Westboro
Fri July 28             Overbrook Park–Overbrook
Sat July 29            Hintonburg Park–Hintonburg (behind the community centre)
Sun July 30           Lansdowne Park–The Glebe (at the cattle castle)

This is a Canadian Actors’ Equity Association production under the Artists’ Collective Policy.


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