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KNOXVILLE, TN  05/13/2015

It’s time once again for Shakespeare OutLoud! Our next reading is nearly upon us. On Sunday, May 17, we’ll read Merry Wives of Windsor at 2:00 pm in the Lawson McGee Library downtown. A few parts will be cast ahead of time while a number of parts will be left open to be grabbed up the day of the reading. If you have a strong interest and want to sign up ahead of time for a role, please contact Tom Parkhill at tennesseestage@comcast.net or by phone at 546-4280.
We welcome all voices, all dialects. We read the plays for the joy of reading them, to hear and discover more about the plays and to further help people discover and appreciate these marvelous plays. We’d love you to be part of it.
You may come and grab a script and take part in the reading or you can come and participate as an audience member.  Jennifer Horn will provide a brief reference for the play – what we call Shakesology!  And we can talk about our thoughts about the play afterwards.
It’s free and it’s fun. We hope to see you on Sunday.

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Would like to remind talent/models, when you see a posting on any social network/media that they are looking for talent/models for any project please remember if you suggest a person or send out to someone or share on your page you are costing possibly yourself or one of your fellow actors/models a job and money out of everyone's pocket.  We know you are trying to be helpful but if there is someone you think would be right, you can contact your agent and the agent can then contact them to see if they are interested in working or suggest to them that they contact the agent about the possibility of an acting/modeling job if interested.  Talent/models need to be paid properly for their time and experience so that rates don't keep decreasing and there is still plenty of work available for those who have chosen to be in the business.  Thanks