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Poor Yorick's Players to perform 'Henry V' at Monroeville amphiteater

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By Staff Report
Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

Shakespeare in the Park will return to Monroeville this month.

Poor Yorick's Players will present “Henry V” at the Tall Trees Amphitheater in Monroeville Community Park.

Performances are scheduled Friday to Sunday.

All shows are free and scheduled to start at 7 p.m.

The theater company recommends that the audience bring blankets or chairs. “Henry V” will be the troupe's eleventh production of Shakespeare in the Park in recent years.

Concessions and restrooms are available on site.

For details, see www.pooryoricksplayers.org.

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