A few weeks ago, I happened to read about this event in the Dayton Daily News and thought it was wonderful! Dayton based theater company, Free Shakespeare, is sponsoring a reading of the complete works of William Shakespeare at an event called Shakespeare for Life. It began on October 7 with Julius Caesar and will run non-stop until October 24th. This is a fund raising event with proceeds to benefit Optum Nurses for a Cure, a registered team with the Centerville, Ohio chapter of Relay for Life and Free Shakespeare. The readings are going on now at Blue Sky Project Gallery, between CVS and Boston Stoker in Courthouse Square 33 N. Main St. Dayton, Ohio. Readers can sign up to read.
Free Shakespeare is a professional, not-for-profit theatre company devoted to presenting complimentary performances of the works of William Shakespeare. They state that their goal is to make Shakespeare accessible to a contemporary society and to deepen the understanding of our linguistic and cultural origins. Visit their website at http://www.freeshakespeare.com, or find them on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/spreadthewords to learn more, or to sign up to be a reader for this event .