The mission of the Verona Shakespeare Fringe Festival is to create an international, multi-lingual festival in Verona Italy that serves as inspiration and space for the plays and poetry of William Shakespeare. Steeped in the sights and sounds of Verona, the festival is hosted by the Skenè Centre of the University of Verona, and fuses the work of Researchers and Artists that dissolve previous boundaries between stagecraft and scholarship; makes possible new modes of performance, reception, and transmission; and creates opportunities for audiences to experience a diverse array of imaginative responses to Shakespeare’s works.
July 25, 2021, 11 a.m. – a video recording will be shown in the theatre
GUILDFORD SCHOOL OF ACTING: SHAKESPEARE FOR BREAKFAST
PERFORMERS: Emily Dilworth, Tomas Howser, Brodie Husband, Caitlin O’Donnell, Elliott Samuels;
ADAPTATION AND DIRECTION: Jaq Bessell;
PRODUCTION: Guildford School of Acting, UK
July 25, 2021, 9 p.m.
SO NOW I HAVE CONFESSED THAT HE IS THINE…
PERFORMERS: Nina Sallinen, Rosario Campisi, Paige Tautz, Mitchell Thomas;
MUSIC: James Connolly;
VIDEO, COSTUMES, LIGHTS: Blagoj Micevksi;
PRODUCTION: Lit Moon Theatre Company, Santa Barbara, California
VIDEO PERFORMERS: Valentino Apostolovski; Sandra Gribovska; Nikola Stevanov
CAMERA: Nikola Markovski
DIRECTION: John Blondell
July 26, 2021, 11 a.m.
INTERVIEWS WITH THE ARTISTS
University of Verona (Santa Marta – Room SMT 10)