Michigan Shakespeare Festival comes to Jackson

Jul 18, 2013


Janice Blixt describes Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night," which will be performed at the festival, as one of the playwright's funniest comedies.
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The 19th season of the Michigan Shakespeare Festival begins in Jackson today. The schedule for the festival includes “Twelfth Night,” along with the lesser-known “King John," and rounds out with Oliver Goldsmith’s “She Stoops To Conquer.”

Current State’s Scott Pohl went to Jackson to talk with artistic director Janice Blixt about the season.