Free Shakespeare in the Park in Cupertino this year is to be a cultural opportunity for residents and families. This year’s production by San Francisco Shakespeare Festival is “Hamlet,” directed by Stephen Muterspaugh. Performances will begin at 7:30 at Memorial Park on July 22-23 and 28-30 and Aug. 4-6. Muterspaugh told this newspaper that it is the first time “Hamlet” has been performed at Free Shakespeare in the Park, and the production has a unique twist.
A curious reminder of a bygone era sits stoically on one of the world’s most iconic centers of innovation. The Glendenning barn is a simple structure, built with redwood planks in 1916, and it sits on the northwest corner of the soon-to-be-completed Apple Park in Cupertino. According to the Cupertino Historical Society, Robert and Margaret Glendenning came to the area from Scotland in the 1850s and likely had apricot, prune and cherry orchards on their land.
After watching his best friend and partner of 60 years struggle with Alzheimer’s, Michael Sullivan resolved to make a difference. Sullivan, who lives in Windsor, England, found assistance in his longtime friend Val Jeffery, who helps produce “The Better Part,” a public access television show run entirely by a volunteer group affiliated with Cupertino TV Productions, based out of the city’s senior center. Sullivan lost his wife, Pat, to Alzheimer’s in 2015, just three years after she was diagnosed.
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