The Marketing Committee for the Gulf Coast Shakespeare Festival is planning a special campaign to draw attention to the upcoming festival. The committee is seeking six actors for each of the following evenings (see below) to recite just ONE sililoquy or sonnet at various locations in Lee County (locations are secret and will be shared once six actors per date are signed up). Media will be covering each event and each event will take just two minutes of your time to make a huge impact!
If you are interested in performing in public settings towards marketing the Shakes Fest, please start by contacting Kathy at firstname.lastname@example.org and letting her know which date(s) you will be available. Start times will be anywhere from 6 to 7:30pm. Your performance should be a solo piece from any Shakespeare play of your choosing. You can learn more than one piece if you wish; you may perform the same piece on more than one occasion if you wish. You can play any part that appeals to you, that you connect with, that you have always wanted to play. You can come up with whatever costume you wish. The piece should be a major speech or sonnet, lasting between one and three minutes. All you need is your piece, memorized and empassioned, and transportation to get to the secret location in Lee County.
I hope you will jump at this cool opportunity to show off your skill while also helping to advertise the upcoming Gulf Coast Shakespeare Festival!
Best Wishes – and please contact Kathy at email@example.com to let her know of your interst and availability!
We’ve had a lot of interest in and questions about the Random Acts of Art marketing campaign for our Gulf Coast Shakespeare Festival, coming on November 20th and 21st of this year. Some questions we’ve had are: Do we dress up? Can I do a duet? What is the time limit? Will you help me prepare? Etc….
To answer all your questions and meet everyone else who is participating and to solidify what you want to do, THE LAB THEATER’S MARKETING GURU, MISS RANDY KASHI, INVITES YOU TO JOIN US FOR SNACKS, DRINKS, AND INFORMATION AT:
Randy and Mike Kashi’s - Sat. august 28th, 6pm
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GULF COAST SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL in November 2010 – now accepting applications