The arts have proven to be a vital outlet during this time when we're staying at home during Covid-19. Whether it's arts and crafts projects, online drama classes, online music education, live streams of Broadway shows or all the extra movie and TV watching we're doing, the arts provide a much-needed outlet.
Nashville Shakespeare Festival provides an entertaining opportunity for your family on Thursday, April 9 when it will Facebook live stream its 2018 Shakespeare in the Park production of A Midsummer Night's Dream. The show was performed for more than 14,000 people at the Centennial Park Bandshell in Nashville and at Academy Park in Franklin in August and September 2018.
"As people across the country are staying home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Nashville Shakes is excited to help bring people together, virtually, with a watch party and revisit an enchanting, memorable summer. Several members of the cast and crew will be watching and commenting during the live stream, which will only add to the fun," says Carrie Brewer, marketing director for Nashville Shakespeare Festival.
The live streaming event is free and starts at 7 p.m. It's a family-friendly event running approximately an hour and a half.
Tune in to the live stream HERE.
To learn more about the production and to make a donation to Nashville Shakes, click HERE.