Abilene Shakespeare Festival 2017

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Two shows will play on alternate nights at the Fulks Theatre.
FREE ADMISSION:  No tickets are required.
First come, first served, Season Subscribers will be seated first.
Doors open at 7:00 p.m.
Both shows recommended for all ages.

The Tempest

Directed by Gary Varner

Prospero and her daughter, Miranda, are stranded on an island by her jealous brother Antonio, but their new home is inhabited by spirits. The Tempest offers the best of both drama and comedy in Shakespeare’s enchanting tale of shipwreck s and romance, masters and servants, betrayal and forgiveness. And wondrous magic.

Fulks Theatre
June 22, 24, 30, 2017 at 7:30 p.m.

Much Ado About Nothing

Directed by Adam Hester

This 1960s outtasight take on Shakespeare incorporate s music by your favorite sixties’ groups such as the Supremes, the Beatles, the Shirelles, Tina Turner, and many more! Shakespeare’s template for the modern romantic comedy hits all the right notes with witty repartee, fantastic tunes and more than a hint of romantic attraction. The Bard is at his fun-loving best in this raucous musical comedy.

Fulks Theatre
June 23, 29 and July I, 2017 at 7:30 p.m.

Donations at the door help support the festival