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In the last 4 years nearly 4000 people have attended Ghostlight's FREE Shakespeare in the Park!
In 2009 we had almost 700 people come out to enjoy Ghostlight's first-ever Shakespeare in the Park at South Abington Park! In 2010, over 1000 showed up. In 2011, despite the winds, rains, and tornados, our attendance fell just short of 1000. 2012 saw mixed weather as well, bringing us a total audience of just under 1000 people. We would like to send out a HUGE thank you to all those who came out and supported the show in sunshine or rain! If you couldn't make it out, no worries, there's always this summer!
Scroll down to see a few of our productions pics from 2012!
Christina Matatics as Juliet Capulet.
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Romeo Montague (Tommy McGrady) gets his first glimpse of the lovely Juliet.
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Samson gets a little reading help from Romeo and his cousin Benvolia. From left to right: Brian McGuinness, Tommy McGrady, and Abby Mappes.
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Paris (Nathan Bradley) attempts to woo Juliet through dance.
Get a blast from the past with this wonderful Abington Journal article about our 2011 production, Much Ado About Nothing!
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Mercutio takes down the Montagues' enemy, Tybalt. From left to right: Jonathan Strayer and Luke Sayre.
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