"Shakespeare in the Wrong Hands" at the Mountain Gateway Museum's Actors Lab - TribPapers

“Shakespeare in the Wrong Hands” at the Mountain Gateway Museum’s Actors Lab

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Old Fort – Set against the charming backdrop of the Mountain Gateway Museum’s amphitheater in Old Fort, the Actors Lab at Studio Two invites audiences to enjoy free performances at this picturesque venue. Familiar faces from past productions, alongside a talented cast of newcomers, will bring to life the uproarious production of “Shakespeare in the Wrong Hands,” written by the prolific Bruce Kane, known for his work on beloved sitcoms such as “The Bob Newhart Show” and “Maude,” as well as blockbuster films.

With three engaging skits packed into a lively hour and a half, this comedic take on Shakespeare’s classic plays promises an evening of laughter and entertainment. The show, set to run Sundays on May 12th and May 26th at 2 p.m., welcomes all with free admission and the opportunity to support this vibrant theater project through donations.

The entertaining production is part of the Actors Lab at Studio Two’s commitment to community theater, providing a safe space for individuals to explore and showcase their creative talents on stage. Audiences can join in the fun at the post-Mother’s Day performance, making it an ideal outing for families and theater enthusiasts alike.

Nestled within the Arrowhead Gallery and Studios on Catawba Ave., the theater group will be celebrating their one-year anniversary in July, embodying their dedication to fostering artistic expression and collaboration within the community. Stay connected and engaged with upcoming events and opportunities by following their lively Facebook page or by reaching out via email at conniehurst112@gmail.com.