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AN EVENING OF FANCIFUL FUN
The 2013 Flatwater Shakespeare Ides of March Gala was a Great Success!

Thanks to all who participated, all who organized (especially Paula Ray, Bob Hall, and Deb Waechter), all who attended, and all who support Flatwater Shakespeare's free performances in Lincoln's parks!

Highlights included:

A preview of Andrew Fuller's video documentary of Flatwater Shakespeare's 2012 summer tour of Twelfth Night

Phil Heckman and Brad Boesen exhorting all to Brush Up Their Shakespeare

Pippa White's rap/reel/jig about Shakespeare's impact on the English Language

The Nebraska Girls Shakespeare Company's tribute to W. S.

Maya Naff singing about Romeo, Juliet, and Hamlet (not all in the same song)

Amy Jirsa and Sean Schmeits, with the wooing of Princess Katherine from Henry V

Bret Olsen singing "Take, O Take Those Lips Away" (from Measure for Measure)

Summer Widhalm Lukasiewicz and Matt Lukasiewicz, with the wooing of Lady Anne from Richard III

Stephen A. Gaines, with Prospero's "Our revels now are ended" speech from The Tempest

For more details, visit our blog and our Facebook Page!


(Photo Credit: John Nollendorfs)



Again at the Top in Performing Arts


Photo: Andy Dillehay as Feste and Richard Nielsen as Malvolio in the Flatwater Shakespeare production of Twelfth Night. Photo Credit: John Nollendorfs
Flatwater Shakespeare productions and actors were repeat honorees in 2012's lists of Top Individual Performances and Shows by Jeff Korbelik of the Lincoln Journal Star.

In the Top Individual Performances -

Richard Nielsen as Roy Cohn, Angels in America, Part Two: Peristroika. "The drama was filled with amazing talent -- Matt and Summer Lukasiewicz, Nate Weiss, and Darin Hemmer as a last-minute replacement -- but this was Nielsen's best work to date."

Andy Dillehay as Feste the Clown, Twelfth Night. "With hair colored as a rainbow, Dillehay was a standout among several fine performances in this Shakespeare comedy."

In the Top Shows -

"Angels in America, Part Two: Perestroika," Flatwater Shakespeare. "Director Bob Hall brought back the players from last year's Part One to finish Tony Kushner's Pulitzer Prize winner about the 1980's AIDS crisis."

Congratulations to Richard, Andy, Bob, and all the honorees -- including Flatwater Shakespeare associates as Becky Key Boesen, Sasha Dobson, Mary Douglas, Scott Glen, and Jeff Tinnean!

ABOUT FLATWATER SHAKESPEARE

Established in 2004, the Flatwater Shakespeare Company is already recognized as one of the region's premier stage ensembles. Led by Artistic Director Bob Hall, Flatwater Shakespeare presents high-caliber productions of classic theater and offers innovative educational programs.

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