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Measure for Measure is being used to raise awareness and funds to address domestic violence. Here are some helpful resources if you'd like to volunteer at a show, or if you're just interested in learning more.

Resource List

A Brief Introduction to Scriptural Arguments Against Abuse

Some people have asked for sheet music for "Send Up a Hallelujah" from The Diary of Perpetua so they can sing it with their church choirs. Here 'tis -- have fun!
Send Up A Hallelujah PDF

We'll be introducing the characters in The Diary of Perpetua over the next few weeks, along with pictures, thoughts from the actors, and probably a video here and there too! Also check for sneak peeks from the How I Met Our Father rehearsal process!
All this and more on our friendly neighborhood Still Small Facebook Page!

Whether you're a ministry looking to start spiritual conversations on your campus, a school looking to present women's history in an engaging way, or a church looking to encourage your community, (or a jail - we do that too!), Still Small would be happy to come to you!

Our two repertory shows are available year-round and can be brought to you for as little as $250; seasonal shows are available for a few weeks in the year and can be booked at no cost!

May 19-28: Shakespeare's Measure for Measure

Friday May 19th -- 7pm, Pilgrim Church (Beverly MA)
Saturday, May 20th -- 7 pm, College Church (Northampton MA)
Sunday, May 21st -- 4 pm, St. Stephen Orthodox Church/Trinity Lutheran Church (Springfield MA)
Thursday, May 25th -- 7:30 pm, Old West Church (Boston MA)
Saturday, May 27th -- 2 pm, Derby Sq. Salem

One of Shakespeare's most challenging plays, Measure for Measure deals with corruption, coercion, mercy, and the perils of leaving appearances unquestioned.

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