Once a week on Thursdays at 5 p.m. the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company will be hosting a Virtual Happy Hour on different topics featuring different members of the ensemble, production, and staff. (Due to some very recent Facebook updates, stay tuned for details on where these chats will be posted).

This week’s topic:

May 14: REVEL: A Virtual Celebration

 

Leave the high heels and bow ties at home and learn about the first ever online Virtual Revel!

Hear about REVEL: A Virtual Celebration coming up on May 20 when we will “gather” online to honor a local teacher, two local students, and– in the spirit of our Season of the Woman– someone without whom Cincinnati Shakespeare Company would not exist: D. Lynn Meyers, Producing Artistic Director at Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati. Tickets are FREE with a suggested donation of $25.

Listen on May 14 to hear all about this exclusive event and how you can take part!

 

SAVE THE DATE for REVEL on Wednesday, May 20, 2020:

5:30 pm Private Virtual Meet-and-Greet

Your chance to chat live (via Zoom) at a personal “table” with fellow attendees, hosted by a CSC Ensemble or Staff member (invitation to donors of $25+ only)

 

6:00 – 7:00 pm Live Premiere Event

Experience an hour of humor and heart watching via your exclusive link to the premiere YouTube Event

 

The tickets to the Live Premiere Event are complimentary with RSVP but there is a suggested donation of $25 to support Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s Education Programs and gain you additional access including the Private Virtual Meet-and-Greet with CSC Ensemble and Staff and a virtual gift bag.

All proceeds from the virtual event benefit CSC’s impactful and innovative Education Programs.

For more information, visit https://www.cincinnatiopera.org/.

 


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