Shakespeare, Meet Sandpoint

If you like a little outdoors with your culture, you’re in luck: Shakespeare in the Park is coming to Sandpoint.

According to Christine Holbert of Lost Horse Press, the popular Heron, Mont., event is moving into town following the retirement of former organizer, Debbie Lyman. After Holbert agreed to oversee the event in her place, she learned many of its fans were traveling from Sandpoint already. It was a natural decision to re-establish the performances in town, she said.

Expect the finest in Victorian comic shenanigans when Shakespeare in the Park debuts its first performance, “The Taming of the Shrew.” Holbert expects the play will take place Aug. 23, most likely at the University of Idaho extension grounds.

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