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Inebriated Shakespeare is an incredibly fun and unique program that our audience loves! The team of Actors and Directors are all a pleasure to work with, and do everything the right way to ensure for a fun and successful evening.

Mike Simon The City Winery

Inebriated Shakespeare puts a twist on the classical Shakespeare like you've never seen before. It's great seeing professional actors placed in a state of inebriation and having to continue in a drunken spirit that fully embodies the show must go on.

Luke Watson Third Coast Comedy Club

The most amazing troupe of individuals we've ever encountered. Versatile, ingenious, and on their way to being black-out drunk. This is NOT a show to miss

Kirin Haller The East Room

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    • If you haven't reserved your audition spot, we recommend you do so soon! WE HAVE JUST A FEW SPOTS LEFT! Inebriated Shakespeare AUDITIONS for the 2019 season! Auditions are August 27th and 28th at 7 PM with callbacks on August 29th at the Music Valley Event Center, 2416 Music Valley Dr, Nashville, TN 37214. This is a paid gig! Auditions will be for ROMEO & JULIET and THE TAMING OF THE SHREW. All roles will be gender neutral until cast (they can be either male, female or gender fluid) except Romeo, Juliet, Petruchia (female) and Kato (male). IMPORTANT: If you would like an audition spot, you MUST email us at inebriatedshakespeare@gmail.com and let us know which day you would like to attend. Please keep in mind you could be asked to callbacks on August 29th. If you are cast, you will be taking a role in BOTH shows. People of all ages (over 21) and types encouraged to audition. You must be turning age 21 by December 25th, 2018 to audition and will be asked for proof of age. Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script and improv exercises. Please dress comfortably and be ready to move. (This is for the improv. There will not be a dance audition.) Inebriated Shakespeare is a Way Off Broadway Productions show.
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    "For a quart of ale is meal for a king"

    William Shakespeare