Actors in Vermont love their jobs. They wanted to perform this summer. But the virus stopped plays.
The actors went to people’s yards. They acted out parts of plays. What fun!
READ MORE: William Shakespeare lived in England about 430 years ago. He wrote plays and poems that we still read today. Actors from the Vermont Shakespeare Festival in Burlington had an idea. Why not take Shakespeare to people’s yards? They stood back and acted bits from plays the family had chosen. They did not wear costumes. But they did put on ruffled collars. People in Shakespeare’s time wore them. “Let each of us please his neighbor for his good, to build him up.” (Romans 15:2)