Scott Cox is BACK at the Warwick Theatre for THREE SHOWS ONLY with his one-man show, AND GOD DID SHAKE THE PEAR: SHAKESPEARE FOR EVERYDAY LIVING!Dr. Scott Cox, founder and director of Living Shakespeare, a rehabilitative theatre program at Lansing Correctional Facility, believes that The Bard has answers to almost any question one can pose on the subject of life. In this solo performance, he combines the one-man-show he has been performing for over twelve years with inspirational and humorous anecdotes from "inside the walls." Prepare to be entertained, educated, and enlightenedand there may even be puppets. There will definitely be pears.And God Did Shake the Pear debuted at the 2018 KC Fringe Festival. It won the "Best of Venue" designation for the most-attended production, was the 7th most-attended production at that festival, was selected for an extended run at the Johnson County Public Library, and has since enjoyed productions at Lenexa's City Center Live, Benedictine College, and Riverwood Winery.Friday, November 8 at 7:30Saturday, November 9 at 7:30Sunday, November 10 at 2:00Tickets at metkc.org/onstage$10 for students$20 for adultsWarwick Theatre3927 Main St. KCMO 64111816-569-3226
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And God Did Shake the Pear: Shakespeare for Everyday Living (11/8/19-11/10/19)