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Powers stresses two key elements that were important to her approach to this play. The first is gender equity. “In the theatre, particularly with Shakespeare, that often looks like fifteen male roles and maybe three speaking roles for women,” she said. “So I said let’s just cast the right actor for the role, regardless of gender identification, and let’s see what we learn by allowing different voices to say some of these words.” Powers also knows how to make the play for 21st-century attention spans. “The other thing about Richard is that uncut it’s 3,800 lines long—that’s almost four hours of Shakespeare. That’s at least an hour and a half more of Shakespeare than I want on a summer evening,” she said. “So as I was preparing the text for rehearsal, I was mindful of how do we tell this story, how do we get to see who all these characters are, but also keep it moving. 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O'Brien Angus, Tilden, NE. 402-368-2195 or 402-649-1327 www.obrienangusfarms.weebly.com hot summer South Dakota days and save $30!* tered, and I think it’s what makes the play stand out from Shakespeare’s other tragedies.” Performances take place at 7 p.m. June 7-9 and at 4 p.m. June 10, in Vermillion’s Prentis Park. In addition, one hour before each performance of this full-length Shakespeare production, the Festival will feature live music and vending of food and beverages in Prentis Park. Arts workshops for youth (ages 8-18) are offered on Thursday, June 7. Advance registration for workshops is recommended through the Vermillion Public Library. A special Scholars in Conversation event, hosted by USD’s College of Arts and Sciences, will take place at 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 9 in Prentis Park. Join Brett Gamboa (Dartmouth College) and Darlene Farabee (University of South Dakota) as they key you in on some of the secrets of this great play. On Sunday, June 10, following the 4 p.m. matinee performance, audiences are invited to stay for a discussion and talk-back with the SDSF artistic company. SDSF also offers a robust array of outreach programming in the summer and throughout the year. This summer the SDSF is partnering with the Sanford Senior Care Center, Vermillion’s SESDAC, Flandreau Indian School, USD’s Upward Bound, and the Minnehaha Juvenile Detention Center, offering special programming to engage a wider audience base with the benefits and joys of Shakespeare and live theatre. For more information about “Richard III,” the South Dakota Shakespeare Festival, or to get involved, please visit: www.sdshakespearefestival.org South Dakota Lottery Launches Mobile App Poppe Bulls for Sale at Horseshoe Hill Ranch. Featuring, HHR Ten Speed E030; CED +10, BW +1.5, WW +79, YW +147, $B +174.82. To see this bull and more Angus & Sim Angus Bulls, go to poppebulls.com Jays Cell, 402-640-9031 Trailer Sale! 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And if you like Game of Thrones, then Richard III is for you!” Raab said. Richard III is one of Shakespeare’s most accessible plays for contemporary audiences, who will see modern parallels in the machinations and unbridled lust for power in the title character, as well as in the two forever-at-war factions of the Houses of York and Lancaster. Ironically, while Richard the character has only contempt for women, Richard the play offers some of the richest female parts Shakespeare ever wrote. There are few other plays in his canon that have such meaty roles for actresses to sink their teeth into. “We have this big play that’s the end of this giant war, this familial war that’s been going on for over thirty years,” said that’s literally torn the families apart” said Katherine Tuminelly, who plays Queen Margaret, “and in the time period it’s the men who go off to war and the women are left at home essentially to lose their families. And I find the scene between the three women to be so fascinating: they are emotionally destroyed because of war and because their children have been slaugh- considering a home purchase or already in the purchase process. Given the circumstances, purchasing a new home can be a daunting proposition, particularly for those buying for their first time. Through education and conversation, Homebuyer Express often alleviates many fears over the process and better readies buyers for their purchase. Topics include: personal money management; credit history review; mortgage financing and the loan process; shopping for a home; homeowner responsibilities; and predatory lending awareness. Tyler Reiser Express is free and open to the pubHomebuyer lic. The LSS Center for Financial Resources’ HomeService Technician buyer Express series is made possible through a 13 years experience grant from the SDHDA Homeownership Education Resource Organization (H.E.R.O.). H.E.R.O. Certificates of Completion are issued to participants after attending both parts 1 and 2. Required for some loan types and down payment assistance programs, the certificate may also qualify individuals for closing cost credits. The H.E.R.O certificate does not expire, so attendees can attend early in the buying process. The Saturday class will be June 9, 10 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at the Downtown Library at 200 N Dakota Ave. in Sioux Falls. Lunch will be provided for in-person participants. Those interested can register through the calendar at www.LssSD.org or by calling 888258-2227. Video conference is available for those unable to attend in person. To attend by video conference, you must register at least 24 hours in advance. Lutheran Social Services is a private non-profit social service agency. 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