We are getting into the holiday spirit over at the Freewill Shakespeare Festival and would like to give one of you a gift! On December 18th we will be giving away two Festival Passes (four entries to the Festival, valued at $80) and a Freewill blanket ready for your picnic on the grass or to cuddle under after the sun sets (valued at $20). Keep it for yourself or avoid the malls and give it to a special friend for the holidays!
However, because this is such an awesome prize package, we’re going to make it a bit of a competition! Currently our Facebook page has 1648 Likes and our Twitter page has 1279 followers; let’s increase those numbers! On December 18th if our Facebook page has 1800 Likes, everyone connected there will be entered to win! Or, if on December 18th our Twitter has 1400 followers, all of those followers will be entered to win!
What if both groups meet their targets, you ask? Then we’ll do the draw for both groups. Two awesome gift packages for two awesome people! So join both and double your chances of winning! Connect with us by clicking on the links above or on the icons at the top of this page.
Competition closes at 9am December 18th. Packages may be picked up from the Freewill Office on Dec 19th or mailed to the winner’s home.
Glorious summer evening, sold out performance, after – the traffic jam slowly leaves the park. An audience member watches in awe: It’s like leaving a hockey game!
Linda Huffman, former Managing Director
The spontaneous, crackpot joy in camping out with Free Will: the unpaid chorus of shrieking ravens for Macbeth, the lame duck extra, or the squirrels who chattered their disapproval of the gory meat pie scene in Titus Andronicus.
Liz Nicholls, Edmonton Journal
Just saw Lear for the first time ever – going back to see it again next week! We are very lucky to have the Free Will Players here!
@smeep22003, audience member 2013
Love Shakespeare, yet I’ve never liked [A Midsummer Night's Dream]. Tonight Freewill convinced me otherwise. Fantastic, funny and engaging! Bravo! Go see it!
@efringer, audience member 2013
Run don’t walk! This show is AMAZING! Actor for Lear is so excellent!
@xeryfyn, audience member 2013
4 hours later and my cheeks still hurt from laughing. Thanks Free Will Players!
@judedeath, audience member 2013