The Sound Shore Shakespeare Festival in New Rochelle will wrap up tomorrow night (Tuesday) with “Tea and Sonnets,” where you can bring original poetry or prose to read aloud.
You get extra appreciation if you bring a sonnet, but prose and other types of poetry are welcome, too. Whatever you want to read, though, the organizers ask that you keep it to 3 minutes or under. (It’s not the Proust Festival, after all.)
It starts at 7 p.m. at the Museum of Arts and Culture, and it is free and open to all. The museum is in the new wing of New Rochelle High School. (Use the entrance by North Avenue and Braemer Avenue, rather than the Clove Road entrance.)
You can come just to listen of course (or for the tea), but if you do plan to read something, please drop a note to Info@newrochellearts.org.
The Shakespeare festival is sponsored by the New Rochelle Council on the Arts.