Shakespeare & Streetfood

“Life ... consists of eating and drinking,” quips Twelfth Night's over-indulging Sir Andrew Aguecheek. Shakespeare's audiences felt the same and historically noshed on ready-made street food as they took in a play. Join us for an Elizabethan lunch-hour of Shakespearean monologues and local streetfood, featuring actor, director, playwright and Western Colorado Theater Director, Steven Cole Hughes, along with award-winning actress Heather Nicolson Hughes, and local thespians Sam & Jillian Liebl for a modernist take on some of the Bard’s most famous plays. At Tin Cup Pasty Company. Included in Festival and Friday Day Passes. Free to the public to drop in. Food for purchase on your own.

Instructors: Steven Cole Hughes & Heather Nicolson Hughes
Time:  12:30 – 1:15 p.m.


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