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Last Leaf presents 'Measure for Measure'

From left, Bruce Lanning, Megan Becker, Stephanie Hagarty and Jay Rairigh are the cast of “Measure for Measure.” The Duke comforts Isabella as Escalus and Angelo look on in the Last Leaf Production Shakespeare’s play that will be presented live at Terrace Park 6 p.m. Saturday, June 21, thanks to the city of Arlington and the Friends of the Arlington Library. Terrace Park, is located at 809 E. Fifth St. Last Leaf Productions is a nonprofit touring company based in Monroe that specializes in live theater for families and young children and in productions of Shakespeare for parks and community events. In its tenth season, Last Leaf focuses on underserved populations who are somehow restricted from access to traditional theater venues due to economic, physical, or geographic limitations. This includes rural communities, seniors, physically disabled or economically disadvantaged children. Last Leaf’s programs are designed to be accessible and affordable to all. Bring your blanket or low chairs for seating on the terraces. -
From left, Bruce Lanning, Megan Becker, Stephanie Hagarty and Jay Rairigh are the cast of “Measure for Measure.” The Duke comforts Isabella as Escalus and Angelo look on in the Last Leaf Production Shakespeare’s play that will be presented live at Terrace Park 6 p.m. Saturday, June 21, thanks to the city of Arlington and the Friends of the Arlington Library. Terrace Park, is located at 809 E. Fifth St. Last Leaf Productions is a nonprofit touring company based in Monroe that specializes in live theater for families and young children and in productions of Shakespeare for parks and community events. In its tenth season, Last Leaf focuses on underserved populations who are somehow restricted from access to traditional theater venues due to economic, physical, or geographic limitations. This includes rural communities, seniors, physically disabled or economically disadvantaged children. Last Leaf’s programs are designed to be accessible and affordable to all. Bring your blanket or low chairs for seating on the terraces.
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