Shakespeare in the Park

For the most part, there are no tickets. Shakespeare in the Park is free of charge. Just show up (early) as the seats are first come, first served, and often go very quickly. Pack a picnic and enjoy each of our partner parks. The parks usually open 1 - 1 1/2 hours before the performance begins.

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Jan 17 (Fri)  -  Jan 19 (Sun) (8:00 PM)
@The Barnacle Historic State Park - Pack a picnic, bring your low lawn chairs or blankets and enjoy Shakespeare under the Stars. There will be two evening shows, and one twilight performance.

The performance is free. The park asks that you consider a $2 per person donation to help with their building preservation fund.

Outside food & beverage is permitted.

Snacks available on site for sale.

No pets permitted. Seats available for rent $5 per chair.

In case of rain, the performance will be held under the pavillion.
       
Jan 24 (Fri)  -  Jan 26 (Sun) (8:00 PM)
@PineCrest Gardens - See Macbeth at the beautiful Pinecrest Gardens. There will be two evening shows, one matinee and one twilight performance. The Matinee will feature accessibility for those on the autism spectrum.

The performances are free, but due to the limited number of seats in the amphitheater, tickets must be picked up at the door. First come, first served.

No outside food or beverage is permitted.

Food and beverage available on site for sale.

No pets permitted. Amphitheater seating.

The stage and audience are covered, so the show goes on rain or shine.
       
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