Win tickets to StageWorks Fresno’s ‘The Book of Will’

StageWorks Fresno

You can win a pair of tickets to StageWorks Fresno’s “The Book of Will,” which opens Friday, Sept. 6, and continues through Sept. 22. You can read more about the production in my interview with Mark Standriff, who plays the role of John Heminges. The winner can choose between two performances on opening weekend (7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 7, or 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 8).

The contest is open only to members, donors and individual sponsors of The Munro Review. Tax-deductible memberships start at $5 a month, and you can make a one-time donation of as little as $3. (Paid memberships help keep the site running, and paid members get special members-only benefits. Please consider a paid membership in support of independent, local arts journalism.) A free membership option is available. For details on how to join, go to the Membership and Sponsorship page. No purchase, donation or membership is necessary to enter the ticket giveaway.

To enter this giveaway, leave a reply on this post (see below) answering this question: What is your favorite Shakespeare play? (Or, if you are shy, you can just say why you’d like to attend.) Deadline to enter is 7 p.m Friday, Sept. 6. The winner will be picked at random and notified by email.

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Covering the arts online in the central San Joaquin Valley and beyond. Lover of theater, classical music, visual arts, the literary arts and all creative endeavors. Former Fresno Bee arts critic and columnist. Graduate of Columbia University and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Excited to be exploring the new world of arts journalism.

Comments (7)

  • Man, I love me some Shakespeare. While my choice of a favorite may not be typical, I have my reasons. Richard III is my favorite. It was my first time directing Shakespeare, directing it was a joy from beginning to end (well, minus the generators going out mid-performance!), and I met my future husband on the production, who – of course – played Richard. “Was ever a woman in this humour wooed?”

  • i’d really like to see Mark Standriff in this play. he lives in my neighborhood and posts helpful information on from time to time. I also enjoy Shakespeare plays. Romeo and Juliet is my favorite because it so captures that headiness of first love.
    Thanks for offering this opportunity.

  • Silvia Fisher

    Of my favorite is Romero and Juliet because it was the very first Shakespeare play I read and seen
    Hope to win this giveaway

  • Steph

    I love musicals so Two Gentlemen of Verona.

  • Linda Ramirez

    Two Gentlemen from Berona

  • Cleo

    Romeo and Juliet. But I would love to learn more about how Shakespeare was saved, and this play seems a perfect lesson in history

  • Valerie bland

    I have many favorites the first one that comes to mind would be Romeo and Juliet the second one maybe McBeth and I’m still thinking of the third


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