Will on Cue

Shakespeare Globe Centre New Zealand

Wed 10 Feb, Thu 11 Feb, Fri 12 Feb, Sat 13 Feb, Thu 18 Feb, Fri 19 Feb, Sat 20 Feb, Thu 25 Feb, Fri 26 Feb, Sat 27 Feb

Various, see below

Time:

Various

Various locations, see below

1 Taranaki Street, Te Aro, Wellington 6011, New Zealand

Access:

wheelchair accessible, join in, casual

If “All the world’s a stage”, Wellington certainly is! Celebrating its 30th Anniversary, SGCNZ is delighted to be presenting Alumni and groups who will introduce 10 edited plays and hand out cue-scripts to passers-by to brush up their Bardish skills!

11 Feb, 2:30pm, Merry Wives of Windsor, Outside Circa Theatre, 1 Taranaki St
12 Feb, 12:30pm, Julius Caesar, Civic Square
13 Feb, 2:30pm, Henry V, Top of Botanical Gardens
14 Feb, 2:30pm, King Lear, Outside Freyberg Pools
18 Feb, 12:30pm, Antony and Cleopatra, Outside St Andrew's on the Terrace
19 Feb, 12:30pm, Hamlet, Bolton St Cemetery
20 Feb, 2:30pm, Cymbeline, Queen Victoria Statue between Kent Terrace and Cambridge Terrace
25 Feb, 12:30pm, Merchant of Venice, Midland Park
26 Feb, 12:30pm, The Tempest, Waitangi Park
27 Feb, 2:30pm, King John, Parliament grounds



Founded in 1991, SGCNZ is celebrating its 30th Anniversary throughout 2021! Since then over 122,000 students have been its annual SGCNZ University of Otago Sheilah Winn Shakespeare Festivals and another 5000 involved in our allied arts Competitions and programmes for primary school age students, teachers, mid-career actors, seminars, events and other activities for Shakespeare devotees.
SGCNZ's principal objective is being a life skills enhancing organisation through Shakespeare.

The professional and personal skills gained are transferable into any workplace or field of endeavour. Collaboration, creativity, close reading and innovation are among these. Embracing of the polyglot of ethnicities and cultural diversity of which NZ’s population comprises, we provide many opportunities for inclusivity and integration socially. Developing self-confidence and pride in their own and each other's achievements, helps the young people address over-present health, anxiety and emotional issues.

Developing new ‘whanau’ with similar interests, results in many pan-year collaborations of our Alumni.
SGCNZ’s participation in The Performance Arcade’s What if the City was a Theatre, with its series of ten pop-up Shakespeare performances entitled Will on Cue throughout February, is the first its year of 30th Anniversary celebrations.

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