Local Entertainment Briefs – The Daily World
Shakespeare to be performed at three locations on Harbor
Aberdeen Shakespearean Theatre will present “Pieces of Shakespeare” at three locations on the Harbor this month.
Elma resident Jeff Ryser will perform a monologue from “Hamlet.” There will also be “work shopping” pieces from “The Merry Wives of Windsor.”
“Work shopping” is a theater term used in preparing new plays for the stage. The actors read the play aloud and the audience makes suggestions of changes that can be made in the acting, directing or writing. There will also be opportunities for audience members to come and perform roles onstage.
All performance are at 2 p.m.: Today at Sam Benn Park in Aberdeen, Saturday, July 17, at Central Park playfield and Saturday, July 24, in Westport near the docks.
— The Daily World
Driftwood to hold auditions for ‘See How They Run’
The Driftwood Players will hold auditions for the upcoming production of “See How They Run,” a three-act comedy for all ages.
Auditions are being held at 7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday July 26 and 27, at the Driftwood Playhouse, 120 East Third St. in Aberdeen.
Director Kathe Rowe and mentored director McKenna Hanson are looking for six men ranging from 20-60 years old and three women ages late 20s to 60s.
Rehearsals will begin in July and run until the opening of the show in September.
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