*This episode has a language warning! You might not want to listen with young children.*
Hosts: Kayleigh Mihalko and Tom Simonetti.
Edited and Produced by: Kayleigh Mihalko and Tom Simonetti.
In this episode, Kayleigh quizzes Tom on myths and misconceptions on The Bard. For an additional TWO myths, become a Patreon member! Become a Member: https://www.patreon.com/vsfestival
It's that time of year. Haunting season! Listen as Tom and Kayleigh discuss the ghosts of VSF's past, present, and future. Performances from both Shakespeare's "Macbeth", "Hamlet" will keep you haunted for the Halloween season!
Join Valley Shakespeare Festival down on the Farm...well, Massaro Farm exactly. Family programming abounds this year on October 10th and 11th when VSF presents a socially distant SNOW WHITE at Massaro Community Farm in Woodbridge, CT.
Tickets can be found here: https://tinyurl.com/yygh3bxo
This podcast features Massaro's Executive Director, Caty Poole, and Maragaret Remboski and Killian Meehan who were past members from our inaugural production on the farm of the classic, "Charlotte's Web".
Take a look into Valley Shakespare Festival's CYRANO, playing September 3rd through 6th, 2020 at 7 PM in Veteran's Memorial Park in Shelton, CT.
In this quick episode we talk to our three actors, and our fight choreographer Carlo Riveccio.
In this episode, we talk to actors and audience members of Valley Shakespeare Festival and our annual tradition of Shakespeare in the Park.
In 2013, Tom Simonetti and an intrepid group of actors rehearsed and performed the first VSF Shakespeare in the Park production of "The Comedy of Errors" and an annual tradition was born. We will also speak with past actors and crew members from our 8 years of performing the park, and their experiences in 99-degree heat, how much we love the rain, auditioning for VSF and the importance of education and training to become an actor.
This episode features Erin Bennedum, Jessica Breda, Theresa Carroll, Mitchel Kawash, Kristen Kingsley, Steve Mazzoccone and Megan McGarvey.
With your hosts: Kayleigh Mihalko and Tom Simonetti
Hey there...are you a fan of theater, backstage stories...and also can’t get enough classical theater in your life? Join us, Tom Simonetti, and Kayleigh Mihalko, on the Valley Shakespeare Festival’s podcast. Our episodes will be about how VSF operates and will be both educational and entertaining.
We will discuss Shakespeare’s original practices, how his works relate to today in a fun and unique way, and we explore the production side of things! Hiring and firing actors, running a non-profit theater company, and everything that has made Valley Shakespeare Festival tick since 2013.