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'I Hate Shakespeare' Fundraising Performance at ASPV

November 20, 2012

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Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Please join us for a hilarious performance of Steph DeFerie's "I Hate Shakespeare" by our talented upper school students from The American School of Puerto Vallarta (ASPV) on November 30th and December 1st at 8 pm.

I Hate Shakespeare! is a hilarious and fast-paced introduction to the renderings of Shakespeare - with zombies, talking cows, and an appearance by Jerry Springer. The audience will get a rip-roaring rundown of classics from the Bard that serves as a interesting and intriguing overture to his work with a modern twist.

The ASPV's production of "I Hate Shakespeare!" is a fundraiser to upgrade the lighting system for the school's outdoor theater. All of the proceeds will go directly to the lighting fund.

Tickets are $200 pesos per person and are available at the door and at: Deja New Consignment Shop - 280 Jacarandas; Lobo Lui's BBQ Shack - 589 Morelos; Mailboxes Ect. - Rivera Molina Plaza, I.L. Vallarta at Aquiles Serdan; Quantum Holistic Bio Spa - Plaza Marina, Local B10.

Additional donations are welcomed and encouraged. For more information on helping ASPV upgrade the theater lighting, please email the music teacher Jonathan Souza, jsouza(at)aspv.edu.mx.

About The American School: The American School of Puerto Vallarta [Colegio Americano] is a place where bright, energetic and motivated students and teachers work together to discover the joys of learning. Offering a bilingual-bicultural education to international students from preschool through grade 12, the American School provides students with a strong academic, personal, and social learning environment. Our students prepare for their future education and life choices by learning new languages; exploring diverse cultures; and participating in community service projects. Visit the website HERE.