Come to Clark Street Playhouse this weekend, where, for three days (June 10 – 12), twenty years of Washington theater history accumulated by Washington Shakespeare Company will be for sale – at yard sale prices.
“We have over 20 years of fascinating Washington theater history, but we are moving and can’t take everything with us,” WSC’s artistic director Christopher Henley wrote. “You won’t believe our inventory of sets, costumes, and props from a myriad of theaters and productions over the years. We also have furniture, artwork, appliances, construction tools, and building materials such as lumber.”
Theater companies and non-profits get first pick on Friday, June 10 from noon to 4pm. To get in on this, email here with your name and name of the organization by June 9th.
Everyone is welcome at the Main Sale, Saturday, June 11th from 10 to 4pm. On Sunday, any remaining stock is free. Just show up between 10am and 4pm, and take it away!
Cash and checks will be accepted (and credit cards for amounts over $25). Proceeds from the sale will support Washington Shakespeare Company’s youth theater camp.
Clark Street Playhouse, the former home of WSC, is in Crystal City, 601 S. Clark Street, Arlington, VA. 22202. Free parking. Two blocks north of the Crystal City Metro.
Note: WSC is now performing in the Black Box Theatre in Artisphere, 1101 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA where they are currently running Night and Day and The Tennessee Continuum. More info here.