Final Shakespeare show set for Sunday

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The fiddle is just one of the instruments that the multi-talented Marigold Benoit of Stephenville performs in “The Nobleman’s Wedding” as part of her work as a musician, and some acting duties, with the Stephenville Theatre Festival.

Did you know “The Lion King” is based on “Hamlet”? That “West Side Story” is based on “Romeo and Juliet”?

"Behold! All the World's a Stage," brings Stephenville Theatre Festival patrons the very best of William Shakespeare.

The final show of the season explores the bard through comedy, puppetry and music. It includes performances from “The Tempest” and “As You Like it.”

Dressed up in the finest of attire by costume designer Keith Roberts, the entire company of actors — many who’ve trained at the top theatre schools in Canada — give a tour de force of performances.

The "Behold! All the World's a Stage” gala takes place this Sunday, Aug. 10 at 8 p.m.

Organizations: All the World's a Stage, Stephenville Theatre

Geographic location: Canada

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