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“BITS” from the “BARD”

September 4, 2020, to October 4, 2020

Adapted and Directed by Thomas Neumann
from the works of william shakespeare


ETC invites YOU, our LOYAL PATRONS, to enjoy a number of William Shakespeare’s soul searching and entertaining monologues performed individually by some of our top actors. You can sit back in the comfort of your home and dial into this and other performances on the internet.

All videos will be found on this website: Once you are on that website, you can choose to purchase a ticket for a specific video, more than one video or a festival pass which entitles you to view or view again as many videos as you want for one price. When you have your ticket for our video you will then be taken from the website to VIMEO where all the videos are posted.

All videos will be running on VIMEO live between September 4th (starting at 6:00 p.m.) and October 4th of this year, which allows you to see one or more of the videos of your choice! The beauty of this is you can have your entire family viewing our video for the price of one ticket. ENJOY!

This production will be interpreted for the hearing impaired.

Meet the Cast

Jamie Ewing as Richard, Duke of York from Richard III

Katherine Damisch as Helena from A Midsummer Night’s Dream

William Petersen as King Henry IV from King Henry IV, Part II

Ana Hojjati as Juliet Capulet from Romeo & Juliet

Vinny Prisco as King Henry V from
King Henry V

Bridget Belcastro as Adriana from The Comedy of Errors

Greg Waldyn as Marc Antony from Julius Caesar

Thomas Neumann as Puck  from A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Click on the audio button below for more information about ETC’s production of “BITS” from the “Bard”.

The photos shown above are from an ETC production at a previous Elgin Fringe Festival.

Click on the play button to the left () to see a short prevue of “BITS” from the “BARD”.

Performance Dates and Times

September 4, 2020 to October 4, 2020

This video production is available 24 hours per day on the dates listed starting at 6:00 p.m. on September 4, 2020.