Elvis: The Early Years starring Scot Bruce on Monday, August 19, has
sold out at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival. The concert is an annual benefit
performance for the renowned theatre.
The performance features songs made famous by the king of
rock ‘roll, Elvis Presley, including
Hound Dog, Burnin’ Love, Jailhouse Rock,
Lover Me Tender, Suspicious Minds and more. Bruce is backed by a four-piece
The Alabama Shakespeare Festival will offer a
gritty and chill-filled version of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth January 25
through May 18. Under the direction of ASF’s producing artistic director Geoffrey Sherman, one of the
literature’s greatest and most powerful tragedies is set in a haunting
waters of the mighty Mississippi will flow through the stage of the Alabama
Shakespeare Festival when Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Tom Sawyer comes
to the theatre October 3-20. Public performances will take place at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
on October 6, 13 and 20. The
remainder of the performances is scheduled for Schoolfest, ASF’s student matinee
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