Occasions

Celebrate Shakespeare’s Birthday, for example, with famous scenes at a local pub, either among yourselves or public—anyone who buys a drink can read.

Attract attention. Read in public and encourage those nearby to join. passers-by to join in. Pick the right play.

Cast a play to type, rehearse, and read a play to an audience (Readers Theatre), for readers who like to perform.

Dinner parties (dine at intermission)

Hors d’ouevres

Ten-minute drop-in Saturdays

Weekend retreats

Regular reads

One-act lunch

Special Occasions (Shakespeare’s Birthday)

Musical sing-a-longs.

Special Series

Conclaves, conventions, competitions

Multiple (simultaneous) reads

Self-Help course for the public

World Drama (50 plays)

Festivals

Large Gatherings

Short Plays

Marathons

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