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The Shakespearean Jazz Show


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The Shakespearean Jazz Show


Shakespearean Jazz Show Summer 2017

The Shakespearean Jazz Show is incredibly proud to announce our plans for Summer 2017!

In the beginning of June we will be performing in Massachusetts for two nights only! (June 9th at the Hopkinton Center of the Arts, and June 10th at ArtsEmerson in Boston)

Additionally, we are very excited to be a part of the New York Musical Festival this July! We will be performing our show alongside some incredibly talented new works and concerts. Our shows will take place at The Green Room 42 in Manhattan on July 21st, 22nd, and 26th. Tickets go on sale on June 15th, so keep your eyes peeled!

Fundraising for NYMF 2017

We have begun our fundraising for performing at NYMF 2017! Click the link for our Indiegogo Campaign below to help us achieve our goal and get some great SJS swag at the same time!


Energetic and innovative, The Shakespearean Jazz Show reinvigorates and recontextualizes Shakespearean performance. Experience how the loose, improvisatory nature of jazz music can free Shakespearean text, allowing the feeling and intent of the words to be expressed in a completely new way.

The Nine Worthies provides an unforgettable parade of Shakespearean sonnets, songs and scenes composed to original New Orleans-style jazz.

 
 
We’ve recently discovered our feature on The Global Shakespeare Explorer! This interactive map created by Expedia, is designed to celebrate the global effect Shakespeare continues to have on the world. Explore the extraordinary locations associated with his life and plays. If you find your way to the Legacy tab- you’ll even see our feature! Explore it here: http://expediablog.co.uk/shakespeare/

We’ve recently discovered our feature on The Global Shakespeare Explorer! This interactive map created by Expedia, is designed to celebrate the global effect Shakespeare continues to have on the world. Explore the extraordinary locations associated with his life and plays. If you find your way to the Legacy tab- you’ll even see our feature! Explore it here: http://expediablog.co.uk/shakespeare/

The Nine Worthies band, which name is born from Shakespeare’s "Love’s Labor’s Lost," collaborates with the ensemble, providing an unforgettable parade of Shakespearean sonnets, songs and scenes composed to original New Orleans-style jazz.

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The Bard with a Bang


The Bard with a Bang


The Shakespearean Jazz Show  works with a simple formula: Shakespearean text paired with original jazz. For a closer look behind the curtain at this unlikely match, listen to Boston NPR station WBUR's interview with Director Alex Ates and Composer Patrick Greeley (below). To check out the article on WBUR's site, click here.


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