Shakespeare     

in the Park

Presented by Founders Academy

Directed by Jessica Corsentino -GAMM Theatre Artist

Thursday, June 7th

6:00pm Raindate: June 14th

 

WWII Veteran’s Memorial Park

Main Stage

 

FREE & Open to the Public

Families & Children Welcome!

Bring a Chair or a Blanket and Enjoy

This theatrical production of Shakespeare’s

Image result for city of woonsocket logo image“As You Like It” under the Summer Sky!

 

 

Sponsored by: The City of Woonsocket and Parks & Recreation                                        

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