[CLOSED] Ticket Giveaway: BritWeek Evening of Shakespeare | KCET
[CLOSED] Ticket Giveaway: BritWeek Evening of Shakespeare
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KCET partnered with BritWeek and we're giving away tickets to the open night event.
April 23, 2016 - An Evening of Shakespeare: Murder, Lust, & Madness
The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
7:30 - Theatre Doors
Acclaimed actors, musicians and dancers, including Sir Patrick Stewart, Ioan Gruffudd, Harry Hamlin, Stacy Keach, Michael York, and Lesley Nicol* take to the stage to celebrate the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare in this star-studded one-night-only performance. Produced and directed by Louis Fantasia.
*Performers subject to change.
BritWeek is a celebration of all things British in Los Angeles, Miami, Orange County and San Francisco, highlighting the amazing depth and breadth of British connections in those cities. Creative Brits have been coming to Los Angeles for over a century,flocking to the city of dreams to make their dreams come true. This year's BritWeek 10th anniversary program in Los Angeles runs from April 23-May 8 with a series of events highlighting the rich and varied creative relationship between the UK and our region, and celebrating Brits and Americans working together to change the way we live, work and play.
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