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Shakespeare addresses many issues that are important to today’s youth including relationships, peer pressure, first love, and integrity.


Seeing, studying, and performing the works of Shakespeare offers a rare opportunity to develop literary and public speaking skills, explore history and the human condition, and understand how the arts influence and reflect our daily lives.

William Shakespeare is often called “the greatest playwright in the English language.”  His plays have universal  appeal and thus have remained popular and relevant for over 400 years.

Why Shakespeare?

The mission of The Shakespeare All-Stars is to produce professional theatrical productions that enliven Shakespeare's classic plays for veteran theatre-goers and new audiences alike. We strive to present Shakespeare in a fresh, accessible way by suiting "the action to the word, the word to the action."

Our Mission

A variety show celebrating all things Shakespeare! Join us for an evening of original music, show tunes, sketch comedy, magic, and more! Vote for the brand new scene you want to see and the All-Stars will perform it! Flaunt your genius in a round of Shakespeare Trivia! Win amazing raffle prizes!

Join your hosts, Arin Mulvaney & Lee Peters

with Bobby Dietz on the keys,

and a star-studded cast including Art & Fia, Matt Beard & Lina Chambers, Neil O’ Callaghan, Ellen Cribbs, Annie Dernbach, Tim Duggan, Jill Matel, JT Nagle, Nicole Peterson-Pearce, Isaac Samuelson, and Dale Tippett, Jr.!

>More fabulous guest stars will be announced soon!<

Mary’s Attic, 5400 N. Clark St.

Wednesday, April 23 at 7 pm

Tickets: $15 at the door, cash or credit

All proceeds benefit Shakespeare All-Stars arts education programs.

Shakespeare All-Stars present “Talk Like Shakespeare Day Cabaret!”