Today at 2 p.m. young people age 7 and up will have the chance to experience the drama of Shakespeare’s Macbeth presented by The San Francisco Shakespeare Festival. You will need to get a free ticket in the Children’s Department beginning at 1:45 p.m. if you wish to attend. This is a great opportunity to learn about this play in a shorter format. The play is performed by professional actors.
The San Francisco Shakespeare Festival performs free Shakespeare plays around the Bay Area during the summer. This coming summer they will be performing HenryV. They also offer Shakespeare Camps for kids in different locations, and tour schools presenting Shakespeare and providing lesson plans for teachers. Check their website www.sfshakes.org for more information about these educational programs.
We thank the Alameda County Library Foundation for their generous funding which helped the Alameda County Library provide this wonderful opportunity for young people in the Fremont area!