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In addition to the main stage production of The Taming of the Shrew directed by Leticia Caceres, the 2005 Festival grew with the inclusion of two independent productions featuring USQ graduates as writer-director-performers: Clown Verona and Shakespeare’s Women.

The popular Platform Performances which preceded each nightly main stage show were based around the seasons, and featured 500 community performers in a visual spectacular based on Shakespeare’s works.  

The final Sunday of the Festival culminated in a Big Brunch a celebration of our diverse community and its talents with performances, hands-on art and craft workshops, with proceeds assisting the Asian tsunami relief appeal.