Press Release: SL Shakespeare Summer

in Daily Programme

by Gabrielle Riel on Wednesday, 11 June, 2008

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 . Tune in to Radio Riel by placing 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


Contact: Gabrielle Riel via IM in Second Life or email at


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herstory August 15, 2008 at 06:10

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