Celebrate Love and Shakespeare on the Metro for Valentine’s Day

Love's Fire

“O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?”

“Getting ready to take the Metro, my love. All aboard!”

Independent Shakespeare Co. partners with Metro Art Moves for a unique way to celebrate love, Shakespeare, and the city of Los Angeles this Valentine’s Day. You’re invited to “Go Metro” for a free tour that explores artwork in the Metro system accompanied by scenes from some of Shakespeare’s most famous plays on the topic of love.

The 2 ½-hour tour begins at Union Station at 2pm (meet at the information booth in the Alameda Street entrance) and ends at the Hollywood/Western Red Line station. You don’t need a reservation but attendance is limited to the first 50 people so plan to be there early, and make sure you wear comfortable shoes.

The Metro Art Moves program regularly offers special tours and other performing arts programming in a wide range of disciplines to enhance and engage Angelenos – everything from music, dance, and poetry readings to films screenings and photography installations. It’s an innovative way to experience art and culture in unexpected places. Who doesn’t love that?!

METRO PRESENTS: LOVE’S FIRE VALENTINE’S DAY TOUR
Saturday, February 14 at 2:00 pm
Union Station
FREE – limited to 50 attendees
For more info about ISC: www.iscla.org
For more about the Metro Art Moves series: Metro Art Tours

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Trackback: Celebrate Love and Shakespeare on the Metro for Valentine’s Day | The Shakespeare Standard
  2. Karen Zumsteg
    Jan 31, 2016 @ 17:24:28

    I think I may do this! Thanks for sharing!

    On Sun, Jan 31, 2016 at 9:41 AM, Shakespeare in LA wrote:

    > Shakespeare in LA posted: ” “O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?” > “Getting ready to take the Metro, my love. All aboard!” Independent > Shakespeare Co. partners with Metro Art Moves for a unique way to celebrate > love, Shakespeare, and the city of Los Angeles this Valentine’s” >

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