There’s a saying on Broadway; “The Show Must Go On.” In Sacramento’s William Land Park, the organizers of the annual Shakespeare Festival will have to live by that motto now that some asshole stole all of the equipment that controls their lights and sounds needed to pull of a performance.
From the Sacramento Bee:
The group has cancelled its Thursday night performance of “The Comedy of Errors” and rescheduled the rest of the weekend’s performances.
“King Arthur” on Friday and Sunday, and “The Comedy of Errors” on Saturday all will start at 6 p.m. so they can be performed in daylight.
The festival has cut ticket prices to $10 for these performances, and representatives said they hope the public will show support by attending these shows.
Director David Harris said, “We want to encourage people to come to the park, have a picnic, and enjoy. We need the community to help us by attending the shows.”
Anyone with any information is asked to contact the Sacramento Police Department.