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BARD IN THE YARD ii Performances continue this week, September 18, 20, and 21.

Bard in the Yard II is in production. Catch a performance on September 18, 20, 21. All shows begin at 7 PM, house opens at 6:30 PM and tickets are an amazing $5. That's $5 for a 2-hour Shakespeareapalooza!

Here's What People are Saying About GBC, DLC, and SSP's Bard in the Yard II:

  • "The Bard in the Yard was awesome! Good job Puck!"
    -Melissa Saumer Coker

  • "You have an amazing performance and a great production Very impressive show from an amazing cast."
    -Betsy Brian

  • "I really enjoyed the creativity of intertwining Puck's roll throughout the scene excerpts. It all flowed nicely and the combination of scenes worked well with the theme. I also enjoyed the use of the entire "stage". Not only was it a beautiful and comfortable setting, the utilization of the whole space engaged the audience was both unexpected and entertaining. Can't wait to see it again next week!"
    -Kassandra Toney, Great Basin College

  • "Rehearsal was indeed a magical experience, as actors in doublets and long gowns strode across the grounds pontificating their whims and woes."
    -Cynthia Delaney Freelance Correspondent Elko Daily Free Press

  • "STELLLAAAAARRRRR! Richard has been to the Globe. I've been to Tahoe many times, seen Ralph Fiennes in Hamlet on Broadway, a summer of Chicago theater/ Shakespeare, every time I could see the Bard at Utah, Davis, Berkeley (need I go on, Frank?).
    -Dr. Gretchen Skivington, Great Basin College

  • "Yes, it's that good."
    -Richard Hooton, Great Basin College

Help the Duncan LittleCreek Gallery, Great Basin College, and Silver Stage Players celebrate the summer season with the staging of Bard in the Yard II – The Battle of the Sexes. This unique production features excerpts from a number of William Shakespeare’s comedies and tragedies performed in an intimate outdoor setting. Conceived by director Frank L. Sawyer in 2011, the Bard in the Yard Project explores common themes throughout Shakespeare’s works. 2013’s version of BITY focuses on the battle of the sexes.  Life, love, death, and happiness shall all hang in the balance as we explore the machinations of all things male and female and attempt to answer the age old question; who will win the battle of the sexes? Performances are September 18, 20, 21 beginning at 7 PM in the back yard of the Duncan LittleCreek Gallery located at 518 Commercial Street in Elko Nevada. The show includes passages from A Midsummer Night's Dream, Taming of the Shrew, Love's Labours Lost, Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, and Macbeth. Tickets are only $5 and are available at the door.

For more information about Bard in the Yard II – Battle of the Sexes, please call the director at (775) 934-3721, e-mail at flsawyer@designlunacy.com or visit us on the web at www.silverstage.org, www.dlcgallery.com, www.bardoutside.org, and www.gbcnv.edu!


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Bard in the Yard II 2013
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Email: flsawyer@designlunacy.com