ShakesBEER et al

Hey every one!
It is Tuesday, so here is this weeks blog.

Civic Theater is presenting "Sylvia" this weekend. Went last week, it is hilarious! I highly recommend it to anyone who loves dogs.

Speaking of Civic Theater, our sophisticated … er, uh … Pub crawls called ShakesBEER will begin  in the lobby of Civic Theater on both November 16th and 17th with doors opening at 7pm. We will be stopping at 7 locations throughout downtown, listening to Shakespeare Sonnets and some awful farcical adult themed translations as well. All while enjoying libations provided by downtown bartenders and barmaids. Tickets for the event are only $10 per person and they will be made available to anyone over 21 at each participating location.  As of this morning we have 100% confirmed participation from, Civic Theater, Thieme & Wagner, Digby's Pub, Knickerbocker Saloon, and Professor Joe's. I am still waiting to confirm the final two stops on the crawl. Will have for next weeks blog.

December 8th will be "Downtown Dickens"  being performed inside the Christmas Village on 5th street in downtown Lafayette. There will be three performances 11am, 1pm and 3pm. We will be auditioning for several roles on September 19th 6pm at Morton Center, room #205. Auditions are open to the public.

A reminder that Nate's IFN (Indiana Film Network) will be meeting on the 20th this month. For more info go to www.indianafilmmakers.org . He is also promoting the 15th annual Batman Comic Con at the Logansport Airport on the 22nd and 23rd of this month. More info at 574-722-3237.

Mark your calendars for May 2 & 3, 2020 for the first annual Renaissance Faire to be held at the Tippecanoe County Amphitheater. Lyle has been working hard to make this a possibility.

Brian's project, Pegasus Author Expo is set for November 11, 2018. It will be held at 1100 Elizabeth street in Lafayette and will benefit LARA. Authors from around the Midwest covering multiple genres have been signing up. This should be an awesome event.

Finally, it pains me to announce that our project "Haunted Tales" has fallen victim to a too fast approaching calendar for this season, so it will need to be pushed for a debut event in 2019. We simply ran out of time and want to produce quality events. Rushing it out before it was ready to thrive would not be right.

Well that is all for this slow week. Until next week, remember.

Be Extraordinary Today.

Tracy

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