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Rape of Lucrece – Our Curtain Speech

William Shakespeare's Rape of LucreceWe’ve just finished our premiere performance of William Shakespeare’s Rape of Lucrece. We’re going to be back onstage tomorrow night at 8:30 pm at the Theatre in the Round. If you weren’t with us tonight, I hope to see you tomorrow!

If you’re joining us here because you saw the show, then you know that we’re not giving any sort of curtain speech. Here’s our short, pseudo-curtain speech as it appears in the program:

We won’t be performing a curtain speech for you tonight after the show. We know you’d much rather hit the doors and make a dash for your next venue. (Don’t forget to check out some of the other Shakespeare shows this year! We’ve got a list of some of them inside the program.)

But if you did enjoy Lucrece, please tell your friends and family. Chat us up with people you meet in the next ticket line. Grab some postcards on your way out and pass ‘em around. Go to the festival’s website (http://www.fringefestival.org) and write a review. Word of mouth means everything and you can make all the difference!

Thanks for coming! You can visit us online to sign up for our mailing list. We hope to see you in September for the Complete Readings!

I hope you can all join us in making Rape of Lucrece a huge success at this year’s Fringe Festival!

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