Ran’d Shine Comedy Magician at Prince George’s Community College, Aug 27, 5pm Online

Ran’d Shine Comedy Magician at Prince George’s Community College, Aug 27, 5pm, Online

Ran’d Shine – Comedy Magician

Thursday, August 27, 2020 at 5:00 PM

Presented by: Prince George’s Community College, Online.

PGCC Center for the Performing Arts, 301 Largo Road, Largo MD 20774

Ran’d considers magic much more than just entertainment. He wants to expand your mind, get you to look at things from a different angle, and explore a bit of what the term “diversity” truly means.

Tickets: click here.

Update: A Limited number of the reservations are now available for Ran’d Shine. Register now to secure your spot!
FREE Virtual Event
(Best For Ages 13+)

This is a virtual event! You will be emailed a link to stream the event prior to the event start time. No printed ticket required.

Ran’D Shine has requested that audience members have the following available so he may interact with viewers.

a deck of cards
A piece of paper
pen or pencil
A Quarter, dime, Nickel, & penny

2020 Shakespeare in the Parks presents Macbeth: Radio Drama, Online

2020 Shakespeare in the Parks presents Macbeth: Radio Drama, Online

The Maryland-National Capital Parks and Planning Commission, Arts and Cultural Heritage Division Presents the Prince George’s Summer Shakespeare Festival.

Shakespeare In the Parks 2020
Macbeth: Radio Drama
by William Shakespeare

Shakespeare in the Parks 2020 is an exciting virtual experience! The Tragedy of Macbeth is presented as an hour-long audio drama set among the gangs of New York of the 1860s, a turbulent time during the American Civil War, with domestic unrest in the streets of the city. The classic story stays the same: the tragic hero Macbeth stumbles upon three witches in the sewers, who fill his head with the prophecy of being the “king hereafter.” Murder, mayhem, and a grab for power consume the Macbeths, as they rise and fall during their short reign.

Appropriate for middle school ages and above.

Click here to listen to “Macbeth: Radio Drama” on Spreaker.