East Brainerd Community Theater showcases a timely twist on classic Shakespeare
There is a Shakespeare play to suit your mood for every day of the week, but what happens when these plays are combined into one nightly event featuring six actors? Parodic Chaos. On March 10th, join East Brainerd Community Theater at 7:30 for “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged).” The play is filled with an enthusiastic and high-energy cast to depict a comedic side of Shakespeare’s most famous plays.
Cast members include Seth Brock, Katie Campassi, and Jason Haney. First up, Seth Brock. He’s a Chattanooga State student and spends his free time with local theater performances. His favorite role is Hamlet’s Ophelia.
Next up is Katie Campassi, a music and theater teacher in Chattanooga. She is absolutely thrilled about Romeo and Juliet, especially her role of Romeo. She states, “as a female it’s great to play a male role - especially one so famous and dramatic.”
And last but not least, Jason Haney, owner of his own marketing business, takes the stage as Macbeth. This is his 3rd production with the Community Theater. He leaves us with his favorite Shakespeare play “King John.”
Join these actors and more for a night full of laughter at the East Brainerd Community Theater.
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)
Thu—Sat, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, 2:30 p.m.
East Brainerd Community Theater
8645 E. Brainerd Rd.