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Possum Point Players' New Faces of Shakespeare performed various scenes from Shakespeare's works on Thursday, February 16, 2012, 6:30p at the Georgetown Library located in Georgetown, Delaware. The director was Ms. Maureen Downing of Lewes DE.

Here are a few pictures from that event. Click to start the slideshow!

NFS will perform various scenes from Shakespeare's works as a part of the Milton Library's Shakespeare Birthday Celebration.  The date is Saturday, April 21.  This 1:00p performance will be directed by Ms. Sharron Karrow of Milton DE.  Phone the Milton Library at 302.684.8856 for more information.
I think love is the reason we are here, and with the exception of the Bible, no other works have the depth of understanding of the subject of love as do Shakespeare’s. For example, Sonnet 116 on the steadfastness of love takes on a new meaning for me as each decade passes. -- Beverly H. Smith
"Suit the action to the word, the word to the action."
-- Hamlet Act 3, Scene 2
Possum Point Players'
Playing area beyond the trees which is the background of audience space setting.Stage right setting.Audience seating on folding chairs, blankets.Gazebo stage left setting.Main playing area setting.
Here are some pictures from the Rehoboth Art League outdoor playing space --the site for A Midsummer Night's Dream. Click any pic!
The Outdoor Setting for A Midsummer Night's Dream
Cast of Pyramus and Thisby
Juliet and the Nurse
Moonshine, Wall, and Thisby
Peter Quince directing Moonshine
Thisby and Pyramus
William Shakespeare's
A Midsummer Night's Dream
at the Rehoboth Art League
12 Dodds Lane / Rehoboth Beach, DE

Saturdays: JUNE 2 / JULY 7 / AUGUST 4  4:00p

This show is being produced by The New Faces of Shakespeare, an affiliate of Possum Point Players, Georgetown, Delaware. The production is directed by Beverly Smith.
SITTING L to R: Richard Huffman, Sharon George, Sadie Davis; STANDING L to R: Ethan Harrell, Gian
Singh, Michael Harrell, Skye Harrell, Malcolm Keen, Ari August, Kyle Atkinson Steele, Ally Ibach, Dan Payne
"What's past is prologue."  - The Tempest
Possum Point Players' New Faces of Shakespeare invite all to explore the vastness of human emotions through reading and performing the works of William Shakespeare.

The reading group meets at 6:30 P.M. on the second Monday of each month at Possum Point Hall, in Georgetown Delaware. The performing group has a number of opportunities to perform per year in various locations. NFS specializes in an up-close-and-personal perusal of the Bard’s works, and fun.

If you enjoy reading Shakespeare's plays, this is the group for you! For more information and what readings will be taking place, please contact Beverly Smith at 302-745-1821.
and tomorrow,
and tomorrow..."   - Macbeth
"If music be the food of love, play on" - Twelfth NIght
Join us there!
The New Faces of Shakespeare is thrilled and privileged to have Michael J Murnin direct TWELFTH  NIGHT, OR WHAT YOU WILL  to be performed on Friday OCT 17 at 7:30p, Saturday OCT 18 at 2:00p and at 7:30p, and Sunday OCT 20, 2014 at 2:00p on stage at Possum Hall in Georgetown, Delaware.

You may have seen Michael as the priest in PPP's 2011's DOUBT, or his production of WHITE CHRISTMAS last year. Michael has a long list of directorial credits including TWELFTH NIGHT, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST, THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, RICHARD II, ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, AS YOU LIKE IT, and THE COMEDY OF ERORS. Auditions for TWELFTH NIGHT will be held in mid summer of 2014.
PPP's NFS to Perform at Lewes Library...
PPP's New Faces of Shakespeare group has been invited back to the Lewes Library to present a number of scenes on Monday, March 31st, at 6:30p.  NFS participants will perform scenes from THE TAMING OF THE SHREW with Tara Wisely and Chuck Rafferty, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE with Amy Denham and Lorraine Steinhoff, JULIUS CAESAR with Amy Denham and Chuck Rafferty, HAMLET with Sharon Gambill and Richard Huffman, and TWELFTH NIGHT with Sharon George, Jerry Cox, Richard Freeman, and Richard Huffman.  The performances are open to the public.
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