Shakespeare Happy Hours

is creating 90-minute livestream videos of William Shakespeare's Plays

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Tap
$2
per livestream
Includes:
  • Listing in video description & thank you at the end of each livestream
  • 10% discount code on merchandise
Well
$7
per livestream
Includes:
  • Personal thank you video
  • Invites to post-show "Company Bar" after each performance to share a drink and conversation with some of the company
  • 15% discount code on merchandise
  • And everything in the previous tier
Top-Shelf
$15
per livestream
Includes:
  • Name in opening credits of each livestream
  • Access to a private monthly virtual Reception to discuss the plays with artistic leaders of Seven Stages Shakespeare and Rude Grooms
  • 25% discount on merchandise
  • And everything in the previous tiers

25

patrons

$162

per livestream

About

Shakespeare Happy Hours, produced by Rude Grooms (Queens, NY) and Seven Stages Shakespeare Company (Porstmouth, NH) launch April 1, 2020. The plays begin at 5pm EST every Monday, Wednesday and Friday on YouTube or at shakespearehappyhours.tv. Each 90-minute rendition of William Shakespeare’s plays will be performed in real time by actors across the US and UK, allowing the actors to collaborate remotely.

The rotating ensemble of 40 actors includes Ben Crystal (curator of the Shkespeare Ensemble), Josh Innerst (Hamlet with American Shakespeare Center), Jerome Harmann Hardeman (Dirty Dancing national tour), Natasha Magigi (2019 tour with Shakespeare’s Globe), Dickon Tyrrell (Measure for Measure with Shakespeare’s Globe), Chinaza Uche (Dickinson on Apple TV+), Christie Vela (King Lear with Dallas Theater Center and Trinity Repertory Company), and Harry Waller (Much Ado About Nothing with the Royal Shakespeare Company) alongside Kara Arena, Daniel Kemper, Laura Piccoli, Deb Radloff, and Montgomery Sutton from Rude Grooms and Dan Beaulieu, Alex Hernandez, Dylan Kammerer, Deb Kinghorn, Danielle Nigro, and Christine Penney from Seven Stages Shakespeare Company.

Shakespeare Happy Hours launches with The Tempest on Wednesday, April 1, 2020. You can view the performance live or archived directly on YouTube (https://youtu.be/hwqy-ADZvj0) or at the project’s website, shakespearehappyhours.tv.
By becoming a patron, you'll instantly unlock access to 58 exclusive posts
21
Livestreams
37
Writings
By becoming a patron, you'll instantly unlock access to 58 exclusive posts
21
Livestreams
37
Writings

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