We saw it last night and it’s a fresh, fun, abridged and interestingly site-specific (which means the audience moves around the campus with the actors from scene to scene) interpretation of Shakespeare. . .final performance tonight, hope we don’t get rain!
You may have seen the story and photos in the Democrat the other day.
The SAIL high school principal told me last night that this first annual Summer of Shakespeare Camp was a knock-out success and as far as she’s concerned, it will be hosted at SAIL as long as the FSU professor directing it, Cynie Cory, wishes to offer it.
Good call imo. 🙂