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The Instant Shakespeare Company is dedicated to the proposition that Shakespeare is for Everyone! The company organizes annual readings of ALL of Shakespeare's plays using original Folio & Quarto texts.

Instant Shakespeare Company's 18th Season will feature readings at 10 branches of the New York Public Library
Below is the schedule for October through end of the year

Saturday October 28 at 1pm Pericles at the Epiphany Branch NYPL, 228 East 23rd Street

Saturday October 28 at 1:30 pm Troylus & Cressida at the 67th Street Branch NYPL, 328 East 67th Street

Saturday November 4 at 1pm Macbeth at the 53rd Street Branch NYPL, 18 West 53rd Street

Saturday November 18 at 1pm King Lear at the Riverside Branch NYPL, 127 Amsterdam Ave. at 65th Street

Saturday November 18 at 1pm Coriolanus at the Muhlenberg Branch NYPL, 209 W. 23rd St.

Saturday November 25 at 1pm The Tempest at the Mulberry Street Branch NYPL, 10 Jersey Street between Lafayette and Mulberry

Wednesday November 29th at 5:30-7:30 pm Special Memorial Reading in Remembrance of Barry Liebmann, Keith Benedict, and other ISC members who have recently passed at the Jefferson Market Branch NYPL, 425 Ave. of the Americas at 10th St.

Saturday December 9 at 1pm Alls Well That Ends Well at the Bloomingdale Branch NYPL, 150 West 100th Street

Saturday December 16 at 1pm The Winter's Tale at the Riverside Branch NYPL, 127 Amsterdam Ave. at 65th Street

If you are interested in participating please email us at rawshakespeare@yahoo.com. We also have a group on Facebook.

Shakespeare for Everyone!

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  • 415
  • Theater
  • Apr 25, 2003
  • English

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