“It’s clear that it doesn’t take a five-figure budget to produce compelling Shakespeare. It only takes five actors, an audience willing to believe, and a company willing to reach out to them.”
Byron Woods, Indy Week
Be a Host Venue for PlayMakers Mobile Tour 2019
Choose your Tour Date Today!
90-minute total presentation time
10 minutes of pre- and post-show audience engagement activities
Minimal technical needs!
• 20’ x 20’ square space (ideal; negotiable).
• Seats surrounding playing area on all four sides.
• Actors, costumes, and minimal set.
• Simple sound equipment
Do you want your community organization, school, or non-profit to be included on the PlayMakers Mobile tour? Contact PlayMakers’ Engagement Associate Jeri Lynn Schulke for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
WILDER & WILDER
A Medley of Thornton Wilder Short Plays
Each performance is absolutely free. No tickets required.
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More About PlayMakers Mobile
“So 100 years later, we are getting back on the road and connecting with our communities again.”
Through partnerships with area non-profits, community organizations, and local schools and libraries, in locations across the Triangle, PlayMakers presents professional-quality, bare bones productions of Shakespeare plays and more, cut to ninety minutes or less. In doing so, we aim to connect with new audiences in their own spaces, truly meeting them where they live. By revealing theatre to be accessible, relevant, and vital, PlayMakers Mobile builds a new audience for these timeless plays and allows PlayMakers to foster new relationships throughout the region.
On Our Blog
By Jerry Ruiz. Since I arrived here at PlayMakers in August, one of my major projects has been launching our Mobile Shakespeare initiative. This pilot program follows in the tradition of the original Carolina Playmakers and takes inspiration from the incredibly impactful work of Michelle Hensley and her Minneapolis-based theater company, Ten Thousand Things.