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When I Grow Up, I Want To Be a Pirate…

When I was growing up, I wanted to be a pirate. Ok, so maybe not in the historical sense of bandits sailing the open seas with survey and bad hygiene, but more like the fictional characters having the occasional harmless sword fight, traveling to tropical places, and searching for buried treasure. And don’t forget the costumes. Haven’t we all dreamed of adventure at one time or another? 

Well, I certainly did not become a pirate. The closest I get is when my husband and I dress as pirates for Halloween sometimes. But the call of adventure is still there. I still hope I can be a pirate someday. For right now, I will settle for stage managing a bunch of young budding actors masquerading  as pirates and amazons in our upcoming production of John Fletcher and Philip Massinger’s The Sea Voyage

Sweet Tea Shakespeare’s youth theatre company, Green Tea, is partnering with Chameleon Children’s Theatre to bring you The Sea Voyage. Auditions are open through February 12th, so if you know any “green” youth actors who dream of being pirates, help us spread the word. Either way, we hope you will join us for the adventure. Come dream of being a pirate with me.

Peace, Love, and Shakespeare,

Jessie

Sweet Tea Shakespeare Lunch Hours Intensive: Digital Restoration Series, Part II

Part II

Assistant Artistic Director Claire F. Martin is joined by Jillian Robinson (Production Stage Manager), Emily Garrison (actor), and Patrick Teed (actor/scholar) to chat about recent and upcoming projects in the Digital Restoration Series (DRS).

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Sweet Tea Shakespeare Cocktail Hours: The Perfect Recipe

Sweet Tea Artistic Director Jeremy Fiebig, Assistant Artistic Director, Claire F. Martin, and Company Member Jessie Wise chat about the ingredients that make a great play. What’s the recipe for a smash-hit?

Welcome to The Sweet Tea Shakespeare Hours, where we spend time well by spending it together. So, think of the Hours as a way to pass the time around a common table of ideas. We’re a community seeking to delight in story, song, and stagecraft even as we confront a world of change and challenge.

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Sweet Tea Shakespeare Hours Intensive: Digital Restoration Series, Part I

Assistant Artistic Director Claire F. Martin is joined by Jillian Robinson (Production Stage Manager), Emily Garrison (actor), and Patrick Teed (actor/scholar) to chat about recent and upcoming projects in the Digital Restoration Series (DRS).

Welcome to The Sweet Tea Shakespeare Hours, where we spend time well by spending it together. You can find our whole catalog at sweetteashakespeare.com

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Sweet Tea Shakespeare After Hours: Mandalorian & The Queen’s Gambit

Join actor and Hollywood screenwriter, Rob Gibbs, and Sweet Tea’s Artistic Director, Jeremy Fiebig, on this After Hours podcast episode as they discuss the Star Wars franchise, Baby Yoda, and everyone’s newest Netflix binge obsession, The Queen’s Gambit.

The Hours are only possible because of regular support from our monthly sustainers and patrons. Please consider making a monthly pledge on Patreon. With options beginning at just $5, and plenty of great perks, you’ll find a great way to join the STS family.

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The show is produced by Claire Martin and Jeremy Fiebig and edited by Ashanti Bennett.

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This project is supported by the Arts Council in part by contributions from businesses and individuals, and through grants from the City of Fayetteville, Cumberland County and the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural & Cultural Resources.

Links Referenced:

scream-singing “Big Enough” video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvrZJ5C_Nwg

  • Falstaff’s Son NanoWriMo, character questionnaire 1-10

https://blog.nanowrimo.org/post/61118193819/nano-prep-the-official-nanowrimo-character

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Sweet Tea Shakespeare Cocktail Hours: Shakespeare for the Young’uns

Assistant Artistic Director Claire F. Martin joins Company Members Jessie Wise and Amanda M. Rogus (Little Green Tea) to chat about bringing Shakespeare to kids of all ages, and which plays are primed for young artists and audiences.

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