Saturday, Sept. 3 — PLYMOUTH — The Stand-Up Shakespeare Company will perform at the Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site on Saturday. The 2022 annual “Shakespeare Alive! A Bard-Based Variety Show” returns for an all-new, never-before-seen collection of scenes, skits, soliloquies and songs.
Stand-Up Shakespeare is a collective of New York City-based actors who have become a veritable Vermont institution over a 22-year period. The beloved troupe travels to Killington and Plymouth each Labor Day weekend to present a new one-hour show made up of romance, tragedy, history and comedy, all based on the works of William Shakespeare. And, lo, verily, the show is always free. Although donations are gratefully accepted.
The performance will take place at Union Christian Church, 43 Messer Hill Road, located on the Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site in Plymouth.
After watching Stand-Up Shakespeare’s performance, stay for the 17th annual Plymouth Folk and Blues Festival, which begins at 2 p.m. and runs until 5:00pm on Saturday, also Sunday during the same time. This event is also free, with donations appreciated.
For more information about the show and the Stand-Up Shakespeare Company, contact Kate Konigisor at 917-406-1456 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation is the official foundation dedicated to preserving and promoting the legacy of America’s 30th president. The foundation was formed in 1960 by a group of Coolidge enthusiasts, including John Coolidge, the president’s son. It maintains its offices at the president’s birthplace in Plymouth Notch. The Foundation seeks to increase Americans’ understanding of President Coolidge and the values he promoted.