We need your feeback!
Hey there, all of you fabulous PSIP fans! Thanks to all of you, we had a very successful Day of Giving campaign this year. Now, we need your help again.
FIRST - We need your feedback on Romeo and Juliet. Please, take a minute to write a testimonial about your Romeo and Juliet experience and post it on our Facebook page or to email@example.com. We'll take that feedback and report it to our current and potential funders over the next few weeks.
SECOND - Planning is just beginning for our 10th anniversary season. Do you have a city park you'd like to suggest as a potention performance location? Let us know, and we'll put it in the mix for consideration.
Again, you can get back to us with your testimonials and park
suggestions by either emailing board member Helen Meade at
putting your comments on our Facebook page.
Thanks for everything! And Happy Halloween!
9th Season Providing FREE Shakespeare to the Steel City!
All performances FREE to the public!
Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks is a non-profit theatre company offering free Shakespeare plays in city parks. In 2012, our production of The Tempest, directed by Alan Irvine, played to over 1,000 patrons over four September weekends. Now celebrating our 9th season, we will be serving up Romeo & Juliet in September 2013. Directed by longtime PSIP member Helen Meade, the production will explore the two parallel trajectories of two of the Bard's most tragic and poignant characters- while playing with time and space in a surprising way.
PSIP relies on the help of volunteers for front of house, marketing, ad sales, and fundraisers. If you'd like to be part of the PSIP team, please contact us. We will be happy to put you to work! If you are interested in getting involved with PSIP, please send us your information, and keep watch on our webpage and Facebook page.
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