Enjoy the music of the Elizabethan era at the Florence Community Library!  On Friday, March 20 at 5:30 pm, the library is hosting Arizona Curriculum Theater’s “Musical Instruments in Shakespeare’s Time.”  

Music was rich and vital during William Shakespeare’s life, and that is reflected in his work.  His plays are full of music and musical interludes.  Travel back in time to see, hear and learn about the musical instruments of his day: lute, pipe, tabor, hurdy-gurdy, and shawm, to name a few. Sit back as the performers expertly play each instrument and serenade you with authentic Elizabethan era melodies. 

This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Florence Community Library.  To sign up, or for more information, please contact the library at (520) 868–8311.  Seating is limited, so advance sign-up is strongly recommended! 

Arizona Curriculum Theater Inc. is a federally-recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization bringing classical literature, arts, history, sciences, and mathematics to life in classrooms and libraries across the Phoenix Metropolitan Area. 

ACT’s mission is to use the power of the arts to promote literacy, engage students, and make education more fun and accessible. 

ACT was founded by experienced classical actors, educators, musicians, and artists in Arizona. Each one of our artists is a veteran in their professional field.