Press Release: SL Shakespeare Summer

June 11, 2008 — The Inde­pen­dent State of Cale­don, Sec­ond Life

Radio Riel, Riel Events and The Cale­don Library are proud to announce that they have received a grant from the Foun­da­tion For Rich Con­tent to pro­duce a spe­cial project, enti­tled “SL Shake­speare Sum­mer”.

Dur­ing June, July and August the three project spon­sors will hold a week of events focused on a Shake­speare play. At the begin­ning of each week, The Cale­don Library will hold a play dis­cus­sion. Through­out the week, Radio Riel will pro­vide pro­gram­ming inspired by the play or relat­ed to Shake­speare and his works in gen­er­al.

The last day of the week, Sat­ur­day, Radio Riel and Riel Events will hold a themed, two-hour Ball in a set­ting recre­at­ed from the play. Music at the Ball will be pri­mar­i­ly Clas­si­cal, with some Early,Celtic, Folk and Shake­speare-themed music. The week should leave peo­ple with an under­stand­ing of the play and Shake­speare, and enable peo­ple to tru­ly expe­ri­ence the play in a unique way.

The SL Shake­speare Sum­mer sched­ule is as fol­lows:

  • June 15 — 21 — A Mid­sum­mer Night’s Dream
  • July 21 — 26 — Romeo and Juli­et
  • August 10 — 16 — The Tem­pest

For spe­cif­ic event dates and times, check the Radio Riel web­site at https://radioriel.org . Tune in to Radio Riel by plac­ing http://music.radioriel.org in your par­cel music, or by open­ing the URL in a media play­er.

Radio Riel is an Inter­net radio sta­tion, on air dai­ly. We play an exten­sive vari­ety of music for lis­ten­ers with eclec­tic tastes. We also pro­vide music for a wide range of spe­cial events. Riel Events is an event plan­ning com­pa­ny whose goal is to help clients put on unique, “one of a kind”, events — whether for busi­ness or enter­tain­ment.

The Cale­don Library is a ful­ly real­ized com­mu­ni­ty pub­lic Library, with mul­ti­ple ser­vices, based in the Inde­pen­dent State of Cale­don. The SL Foun­da­tion for Rich Con­tent is a group in Sec­ond Life that exists to fos­ter diver­si­ty and rich­ness in con­tent and events in Sec­ond Life.

SL Shake­speare Sum­mer: Giv­ing Shake­speare a Sec­ond Life

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Con­tact: Gabrielle Riel via IM in Sec­ond Life or email at gabrielle.riel@gmail.com

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One Response to “Press Release: SL Shakespeare Summer”

  1. herstory says:

    Frances Yates & the Her­met­ic Tra­di­tion” by Mar­jorie G. Jones, the first biog­ra­phy of the ground-break­ing British his­to­ri­an (1899–1981), was pub­lished in June by Ibis Press.

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