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Shakespeare Comes to Norfolk's Arts District

Shakespeare in the Plot's Romeo & Juliet, directed by Deborah Wallace, July 23, 24, and 25 at 8pm. An adjusted playing card with 2 art deco 20's style people kissing where the picture should be, and an R in the place of where the markings should go for which card it is

Words and Images courtesy of Push Comedy Theatre.

Shakespeare in the Plot is coming to Norfolk July 23-25 with a FREE public production of Romeo and Juliet!

The production is set in the Roaring Twenties and to go along with it, we’re turning the Plot in the NEON District into a weekend-long 1920s-themed party.

Learn the Charleston, take photos with costumed characters, join us for beer, music, food, and of course the production itself - ROMEO & JULIET!

Come as you are, or, dressed in your favorite 20s themed looks. Reserved seating only.

Please reserve your FREE tickets here. Romeo and Juliet is directed by the Emmy Nominated, Deborah Wallace (Blood on the Mountain, Gasland Part 2) and Brant Powell (That Sinking Feeling) and produced by the Push Comedy Theater's Brad McMurran and Sean Devereux.

Shakespeare in the Plot is sponsored by The Rutter Art Foundation, C&F Mortgage Corporation, The Runnymede Corporation, Colliers/Virginia, 80/20 Burger Bar, Missy Bass, The NEON Arts District, Visit Norfolk, Rick Mersel, Yorgos Bageldashery, Reaver Beach Brewing Company, Jen Weir Edwards, Kelly J Matteson and Forrest Deal.

Shakespeare's cartoon silhouette with "The" on his forehead "PLOT" where his eyes should go kinda like a large pair of glasses, and 2021 under his ruff.

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