South Brooklyn Shakespeare Needs Your Help To Bring Free Performances Of Romeo & Juliet To The Slope

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via South Brooklyn Shakespeare on FB
South Brooklyn Shakespeare founders (and South owners) Paul Molnar and Dee-Byrd Molnar are bringing Shakespeare back to the parking lot this summer, but in order to spread the bard’s word across the Slope, they need a little neighborhood help.

Last year’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream was so successful, the company is kicking it up to three performances, set to take place in different locations around the neighborhood:

• Friday, July 25, 7:30pm (5th Avenue between 17th & 18th Sts)
• Saturday, July 26, 2:30pm (7th Avenue between 12th & 13th Sts)
• Friday, August 15, 7:30pm (5th Avenue at Dean St)

While all performances are free to the public, it costs a pretty penny to produce the shows. This is where you come in. Paul and Dee have launched a Kickstarter campaign to help cover this year’s production, and at the time of this posting, have already raised $1,190 of their $3,000 goal.

Ready to put them over the top? You can find the South Brooklyn Shakespeare fundraising website here.

For updated information on South Brooklyn Shakespeare and Romeo and Juliet, visit the company’s website or Facebook page.

Photo via South Brooklyn Shakespeare

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