How much do you know about Shakespeare’s plays? The chances are you at least studied one or two of them when you were in high school. Or maybe you’ve seen or read them all. Whether you are a Shakespeare scholar or you’ve barely covered his work, you’re going to love seeing The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged). This hilarious play will cover all (yes, all) of Shakespeare’s plays – in a very brief fashion, of course. You might just be rolling on the floor laughing by the end of it.
Are you interested in seeing this show? You’re going to need to get the details before you can attend. It will be showing at the Roxy Regional Theatre right here in Clarksville. You have four different options for when you want to go see The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged). The first show is on Monday, April 29, at 7 p.m. Can’t make it to that one? No problem. You can go on Tuesday, April 30; Monday, May 6; or Tuesday, May 7, instead. Just pick the best date for you and buy your tickets today.
Tickets are only $20, so it’s a relatively affordable show. Just make sure to buy your tickets as soon as possible, so you can be sure they won’t sell out.
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For the Whole Family
Do you want to introduce your kids to the world of Shakespeare while they’re still young? Most of the plays might be a bit too advanced for them, but this funny show is a good way to give them just a taste of what Shakespeare is all about. They will laugh along with all of the jokes, and since it’s family-friendly, everyone can have a good time together. If you have little children, you should definitely bring them along – they’re going to have a great time.
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