Tennessee Shakespeare Company

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500 North Pine Lake Drive, Memphis, TN 38134 500 North Pine Lake Drive, Memphis Directions
+19017590604
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We really enjoyed The Tempest, but our whole group complained about not being able to hear the actors very well, especially the high-schoolers who opened the show. We weren't sitting very far back from the stage. I'd be interested in going to see another show in that location, but would hope for the actors to wear microphones.
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Thank you, thank you, thank you.
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please keep producing great work
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Thanks for your help! And your rain tickets!!
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Have more performances of Shakespeare in the Park. I will go to every one. My husband even loved it!
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wonderful evening
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keep it up!
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Keep 'em coming! I'm bringing my mom, who will be in town from Upstate New York to "The Glass Menagerie"!
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YOU ALL DID A GREAT JOB . WHEN I WAS A STUDENT @ UNIVERISTY OF MEMPMPHIS 1994 1995 MY INSTRUCTOR WAS IN THIS PLAY THE TEMPEST. I ENJOYED IT BETTER SECOND TIME. THE PLAY WAS OUTSTANDING. NEED MORE OF SHAKESPEARE PLAYS IN MEMPHIS, TN OUTSIDE OF COURSE. SHAKESPEARE A GREAT WRITER.
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They really make Shakespeare understandable and enjoyable. The outdoor performances are truly unique.
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Theater should inspire wonderment. That's the view at Tennessee Shakespeare Company, an artistic organization dedicated to bringing new life to William Shakespeare's words. Each of its productions aims to burrow beneath the play's familiar surface, finding deeper explorations into psychology, government, and philosophy. This approach brings new life to the timeless works—TSC's Macbeth, for instance, highlighted the civilian cost of civil war, while an all-female Julius Caesar embodied "a bold new way to look at honor, womanhood, and power," according to The Commercial Appeal. That same sense of exploration is extended to contemporary pieces.

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