Shakespeare at The Rose
Blue Lake Public Radio presents Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night at the magnificent Rose Theater on the Blue Lake campus. Patterned after The Globe Theater in London, The Rose is one of the only authentic Elizabethan theaters in America. And now, you will have an opportunity to see one of Shakespeare’s most memorable plays on its stage. Blue Lake welcomes the Pigeon Creek Shakespeare Company in Twelfth Night, on Saturday, May 25th at 2:00 p.m. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Student and Groundling tickets are $15. Proceeds will benefit Blue Lake Public Radio programming. Call today for your tickets. The number is 1-800-889-9258. .
Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp is on the lookout for some good grand pianos that can be used by its students. If you have a grand piano in good, playable condition, which you are willing to donate, please contact Blue Lake Public Radio at 1-800-889-9258.
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About Blue Lake Public Radio
Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp serves the West Michigan Community with its Public Radio Stations, WBLV-FM 90.3 in the Muskegon area and WBLU-FM 88.9 in Grand Rapids.
Thousands of listeners tune in for Classical Music and Jazz, along with National Public Radio's award winning news programs.
Check out our Online Program Guide or if you live in West Michigan or are planning a visit and would like a free hard copy of our "Listener" Program Guide, please call us at 231-894-5656. That's also the number to make a pledge and become a member. Or you can pledge on line. We'd love to welcome you to our radio family.