Yesterday, SCA event of "A Saturday with Shakespeare" with a wonderful performance of "Measure for Measure" interpreted (with reason, and a talk by the directors beforehand to explain) as a Commedia-influenced comedy rather than as a problem play. Excellent acting, wonderful fun!
Today, I heard about a project to film "A Midsummer Night's Dream" in a retired actors home. Not so much to film the actual play as to film the making of it and what it means to the actors to be involved in such a project and what happens to a creative life as we age. The makers are the same who did "Shakespeare Behind Bars" and the info w/trailer is here:
They're looking for "get-off-the-ground" initial funds. Of course there's thousands of other good projects and more important causes out there, but please consider this one.