Shakespeare Slaps the Stick

Are you looking for some comfort? Well, end your woes like the evening sun and take in a show at Samuell Grand Amphitheatre (1301 Tenison Parkway). The opening night of the latest Junior Players summer production starts 8:15 p.m. Tuesday. The kids will be strutting the boards in a production of William Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors, set in the golden age of Hollywood. The performance is free, but to show your support for theater education in Dallas they recommend a $10 donation at the doors. Bust out the blankets and chairs and head down, hand in hand, for a crazy night of slapstick Shakespeare. For more information, visit juniorplayers.org.
July 22-27, 8:15 p.m., 2014
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Nicholas Bostick is a national award-winning writer and former student journalist. He's written for the Dallas Observer since 2014, when he started as an intern, and has been published on Pegasus News, dallasnews.com and Relieved, among other publications. Nick enjoys writing about everything from concerts to cobblers and learns a little more with every article.
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