The Albany County Historical Association is partnering with Confetti Stage to present “Shakespeare Shorts: Shakespeare Monologues in the Ten Broeck Gardens,” on Saturday, August 28th.
Selections from Shakespeare will be performed in the gardens of the Ten Broeck Mansion in Albany from 2:30 to 3:30 pm. The event features some of Shakespeare’s most memorable scenes. The company will be available for a short question and answer session after the show
Confetti Stage is a Capital District nonprofit theater group founded in 2004. The Ten Broeck Mansion was built in 1798 for Abraham and Elizabeth Ten Broeck. The ACHA was founded in 1942 to preserve, present, promote, and interpret the stories of the rich and diverse history and culture of Albany County. Its four-acre museum site includes the Mansion, gardens, and exhibit and gallery space at King’s Place.
Advanced registration is required, tickets are available by making a donation. For more information or to register, visit the Ten Broeck Mansion’s website. The Ten Broeck Mansion is located at 9 Ten Broeck Place in Albany.
Photo of Confetti Stage actor Julia Swick courtesy Confetti Stage.