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Recycled Shakespeare Company

Line of Work:

Community Theater, Not-for-profit, Shakespearean Theater

First Year of Operation: 2013

Address:

4 Cottage St. Fairfield St. Fairfield ME, 04937

Additional Information:

Our Mission: To entertain the community on a minimal budget, while relying primarily on used and recycled materials, local enthusiasts, and royalty free productions. Let's party like it's 1599!

Recycled Shakespeare Company is an acting company based on two points: Shakespeare and freegan lifestyles. It is the goal of Recycled Shakespeare Company to require as little money as possible to produce great theater. We believe in up-cycling used materials, sets, and costumes.

Recycled Shakespeare Company will take donations of clothing, props, and set pieces. Please contact us by email if you have materials you would like to donate.

We are a proud member of the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce

Founder Information

First NameLast NameDuties/InformationYear of BirthImage
EmilyRowden FournierProducer, Co-founder, Board President1987
Aaron BlaschkeRowdenCo-founder
LynRowdenCo-founder, Board Member

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Additional Members/Employees

First NameLast NameDuties/InformationYear of BirthImage
DawnellaSuttonBoard Member

Advertisements, Paraphernalia, Promotional Items

Shakespeare Kids! day camp for ages 8-13. April 18-22

Additional Miscellaneous Images

The cast of Madcap Madrigal IV, 2016

Festival of Trees, Goodwill Hinckley, 2015

Festival at the Falls, 2015

Common Ground Fair, Unity, 2015

Comedy of Errors, 2015

Comedy of Errors, 2015

Kiwanas Children's Health Fair, 2015

Art Opening, Exoptica Studios, 2015

Shakespeare's 451st Birthday Bash, 2015

Madcap Madrigal III, 2015

Festival of Trees, Goodwill Hinckley, 2014

Festival at the Falls, 2014

Best of Business Showcase, Belfast, 2014

Midsummer Night's Dream, 2014

Shakespeare's 450th Birthday Bash, 2014

Telephone:

207-314-8607

Contact Email:

recycledshakespeare@gmail.com

Website:

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Recycled Shakespeare Company

One Response to Recycled Shakespeare Company

  • I remember the parte that I stud on stage for 5 mitnis waiting for prospro it was fun I love being on stage I have cofedent to stand on stage and read I have improved on my reading so I foundit easyer to I LOVE THAT moment I will nerver firget that .if I have a nother moment I will do it I LOVE gowing on stage LOVED THAT TIME..

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