Shakespeare on the Green and Green Expo will return to The Ridgefield Playhouse on Aug. 4
- Green Expo: 12 – 2 p.m.
- Performance: 2 p.m.
An annual summer tradition, Shakespeare’s classic Julius Ceasar play will come to life in a family-friendly production. The performance will be held outside, under a tent on the baseball field adjacent to The Playhouse. This much-loved summer event is a “thank you” to the community.
A charismatic war hero on the brink of kingship, Caesar is celebrated by the people of Rome–but mistrusted by some of his closest friends who fear his popularity will throw the country into chaos. In this immersive, 90-minute touring production, audiences will help bring this anachronistic tale of violent betrayal to vivid life, constructing a post-apocalyptic world of power and consequence.
The Green Expo features local businesses that are conscious about making environmentally friendly choices. The experts who will be participating in the Green Expo will explain how easy it can be to implement sustainability in our workplace practices, in how we run our homes and how we can make everyday choices that are not only good for us but also for the environment. Food samples, food for purchase, product information and demonstrations make this “green” entertaining and educational event one not to miss.
Green Expo Community Sponsors are Barts Tree Service, Candles Inspired by Nature, Center for Green Building, Charlie Pops, Citra Solv, Curbside Compost, CTNOFTA, DotDotSmile, Embody the Sacred, Farm to Jar, Flower Girl Florist, Goat Boy Soap, Grow Wellness Therapy, Hollandia Nurseries, H.O.R.S.E. of CT, Jessica Mancini – LimeLife by Alcone, JumpDrum, Krystal Kleer Water, The Market at Union Hall, Peterson Chiropractic & Acupuncture, Popcentric Pops, Possibilities Farm, Putnam Service Dogs, Ridgefield Action Committee for the Environment (RACE), Reverie Brewing Company, Ridgefield Kempo, ROAR, Two Roads Brewing Company, Turning Point Reiki & World Champion Tae Kwon Do.
Call The Ridgefield Playhouse box office at 203-438-5795 to reserve your free tickets.