Erin Blasko | July 22, 2019
The Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival will host “Shakespeare Around the Bend,” an extension of “Shakespeare at Fremont Park,” from July 31 to Aug. 24.
A collaboration with South Bend Venues Parks and Arts, the roving Shakespeare experience will feature local actors performing scenes from the “Shakespeare at Fremont Park” production of “Shakespeare at the Park with George” at local parks as well as The History Museum.
Three of the four performances will take place aboard “Boomer,” SBVPA’s new “mobile experiential vehicle” featuring a stage, sound system and video screen.
The fourth will coincide with the opening of “Full Circle: Shakespearean Culture at Notre Dame” at The History Museum.
A collaboration with Shakespeare at Notre Dame, “Full Circle” explores Shakespeare performance, analysis and culture at Notre Dame through interactive exhibits, costume and set displays, special on-site performances and more.
The special exhibit will run from Aug. 24 to Sept. 7, 2021, in the Ernestine M. Raclin Gallery of Notre Dame History at The History Museum.
All four performances are free, family friendly and open to the public.
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