The Winter's Tale Virtual Reading
Actors' Shakespeare Project and The Front Porch Arts Collective look forward to welcoming you to our virtual reading of The Winter's Tale, presented by an all-Black cast, on May 15 at 6:30 pm.
This live reading is free and open to all interested participants. However, given the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and its significant impact on small arts organizations, ASP and The Front Porch are deeply appreciative if you are able to make a donation of any size (no amount too small!) in support of the reading.
All donations raised through this virtual event will be shared between the two organizations. (Please note that donations will initially be processed via ASP’s system, and your tax deductible donation letter will therefore be from ASP.)
To donate, simply follow the prompts on this page, and your receipt will include the registration link for The Winter's Tale.
Thank you so much. All of us at ASP and The Front Porch Arts Collective are excited to have you with us for this reading!
COVID-19 ASP Here and Now
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently unable to present live theatre as we know it. We have, however, partnered with many organizations to bring high-quality creative virtual programming to our patrons and youth. Most of these offerings are free, which means we need your partnership more than ever to keep artistic and education programs going strong and allow us to reopen when safe to do so!
We are continuing the ASP Here and Now Campaign through the spring of 2021 to welcome your donations in lieu of ticket costs.
With an open heart and mind, and looking optimistically to the future, we thank you for your unwavering support. We look forward to seeing you or hearing from you soon. Stay healthy and safe...here and now.
Cymbeline: Youth Project Virtual Performances
Actors' Shakespeare Project's youth ensemble is thrilled to present Cymbeline by William Shakespeare, directed by long-time ASP youth programs participant Naomi Stephenson, with mentorship and support from ASP artists.
May 20, 7 pm
May 21, 7 pm
May 22, 7 pm
Like all of ASP's virtual events since the onset of the pandemic, the live performances and post-show discussions are free and open to all interested participants. However, we are deeply appreciative if you are able to make a donation of any size (no amount too small!) in support of this project.
The creativity, passion, and perseverance of young artists throughout the past year has energized and humbled all of us at ASP. Your donation will support our upcoming return to in-person youth programming, and the increased safety measures necessary to facilitate this transition.
To donate, simply follow the prompts on this page, and your receipt will include the registration link for Cymbeline.
Thank you so much, and Happy Spring!