Shakes

Little Revolt Presents

When: Sunday, July 21, 2019

Time: 1 pm until 5:30 pm

Where: The Curtiss Mansion (500 Deer Run Miami Springs FL 33166)

Admission and Parking: FREE!

Click here to view photos from the 2018 Shakes Fest.

Special Shows and Workshops:

  • In the Living Room:

  • 1:30 pm – The Tempest (a staged reading by Little Revolt performers)

  • 2:30 pm – Swingin’ Seniors Singalong (sing “Shakespeare-themed” tunes with performers from the Miami Springs Senior Center)

  • 3:30 pm – Storytelling “Romeow and Drooliet”

  • 4:30 pm – The Tempest (repeat of 1:30 show)

  • In the Carriage House:

  • 2:15 pm – Old English Dance Lessons with Juliana Arias (ages 7 and above)

  • 3:20 pm – Stage Combat Lessons with Ralph Wakefield from the Pelican Playhouse (ages 9 and above)

All Day Activities (from 1 pm until 5 pm):

  • The Costume Trunk – Play dress-up and take a selfie. (upstairs)

  • Fairy Garden – Can you find all 10 magical midsummer fairies? (outdoors)

  • Art Activities by Birgit Scaglione – Design a page for Prospero’s magic book, create your own tempest in a bottle, and color scenes from Shakespeare’s imagination (while supplies last, upstairs)

  • Coconut Nerf Archery and Bear Toss Games (outdoors)

  • The Sonneteers (Wandering Troupe)

  • Student Gallery – View student artwork inspired by Shakespeare’s The Tempest (on display in the carriage house)

Thank You to Our Supporters!

Little Revolt’s Shakes Fest is made possible with the support of these organizations:

  • Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs

  • State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture

  • The Curtiss Mansion, former home of aviation pioneer and inventor Glenn H. Curtiss

  • AssureASmile (and DR. Ted Herrmann) family holistic dentistry

  • Leonard Real Estate Group

  • Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza

  • Brain Freeze Nitrogen Ice Cream + Yogurt Lab

  • WolfAdventure.com marketing, planning, creativity workshops, and teambuilding

With the support of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners.

Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.