LA's MET Theatre Hosts Fifth Annual Shakespeare Marathon July 11-14

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Can anyone really sit through Timon of Athens at 5:55 AM? The MET Theatre will find out July 11-14 when the Los Angeles venue hosts the 5th Annual Shakespeare Marathon, a Bard-o-rama that plays through the entire canon back-to-back.

Can anyone really sit through Timon of Athens at 5:55 AM? The MET Theatre will find out July 11-14 when the Los Angeles venue hosts the 5th Annual Shakespeare Marathon, a Bard-o-rama that plays through the entire canon back-to-back.

The free event is open to anyone — to read, to watch and to eat. Those interested in participating, be they a theatre company or an individual, can contact the MET Theatre at http://www.theMETtheatre.com or by calling the Marathon Hotline at (310) 289-1475.

The approximate running schedule for the plays follows:

July 11
8:00 AM - The Comedy of Errors, Love's Labour's Lost
11:45 AM - Henry V, Henry VI, Part One
4:41 PM - The Taming of the Shrew, Titus Andronicus
9:00 PM - Richard III

July 12
12:03 AM - The Merry Wives of Windsor, Hamlet
5:27 AM - A MIdsummer Night's Dream, King John
9:24 AM - Henry VI, Part Two, As You Like It
2:14 PM - Coriolanus, Two Gentlemen of Verona
6:53 PM - King Lear
9:35 PM - Richard II, Much Ado About Nothing July 13
2:05 AM - Twelfth Night, Macbeth
5:55 AM - Timon of Athens, Antony and Cleopatra
10:24 AM - Henry IV, Part One, Henry IV, Part Two
3:36 PM - The Winter's Tale, Troilus and Cressida
8:54 PM - Henry VI, Part III, Romeo and Juliet

July 14
1:52 PM - Othello, All's Well that Ends Well
6:56 AM - The Merchant of Venice, Julius Cesear
11:09 AM - Measure for Measure, Pericles
3:23 PM - Cymbeline, The Tempest
7:51 PM - Henry VIII

The MET Theare is located at 1089 North Oxford Avenue. For reservations to the benefit, call (310) 289-1475. Donations are accepted at the Company Theatre's Shakespeare Marathon at the MET.

— By Christine Ehren

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