Rome Shakespeare Festival creates River Arts Playhouse at Makervillage
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Rome Shakespeare Festival
has joined Makervillage and is creating a pop-up 60-80 seat theatre – The River Arts District Playhouse at Makervillage
– to present small intimate productions as part of the annual Rome Shakespeare Festival.
The hilarious comedy, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, abridged is set to open the new River Arts District Playhouse on May 24, 2018.
“Theatre teaches that hard work, adaptation, persistence in the face of failure, and collaboration with a team can create a profound experience for an audience,” said Makervillage Founder Tricia Steele, “I believe the proximity to great theatre will inspire greatness in our startup members and even greater creativity in our community.”
Rome Shakespeare Festival has established its headquarters in the Makervillage Creative Hub on North 5th Avenue to be closer to the Town Green and Broad Street. In only three short years, RSF has grown from one show to five, and a staff of three. This year’s productions will be held at three separate locations from May 24 – June 10, 2018.
Third Annual Rome Shakespeare Festival
May 24, 2018 – June 10, 2018
The Town Green
Free Blanket Seating; Table seating $15-$18
Playing in repertory: Macbeth, Much Ado About Nothing and Mystery on the Town Green II (Young Artist Musical)
River Arts District Playhouse at Makervillage
General Admission Tickets: $17.00
The Complete Works of Shakespeare Abridged
Wilder Family Life Center at First United Methodist Church
General Admission Tickets: $12.00
The Velveteen Rabbit
Makervillage, Inc is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that works to foster a culture of innovation in Northwest Georgia.
The multi-purpose creative hub headquartered in the heart of Rome’s River District, is home to weekday coworkers, startups
and entrepreneurs, and available for both public and private events.
Rome Shakespeare Festival is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to enrich, engage and educate through excellence of Shakespeare and theatrical performance, empower learning using dramatic educational experiences, create innovative artistic partnerships and produce a festival that benefits artists, students and audiences of the communities served.