Antony & Cleopatra Closes This Weekend

10th Annual Twilight Tragedie

Runs Thursdays-Saturday evenings at 7 PM until July 26 at Woodstock Park.  See the calendar for details.

ASL interpreted performance on July 26.

 

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A Midsummer Night's Dream, Now Playing

45th annual Shakespeare-in-the-Parks
July 26  Laurelhurst Park  3 pm
July 27    Laurelhurst Park       6:30 pm
August 2   Marylhurst University 6 pm
August 3   Columbia Pk. Troutdale 6 pm
August 9   Fernhill Park          3 pm
August 10  Fernhill Park          3 pm
August 16  Gabriel Park           3 pm
August 17  Gabriel Park           3 pm
August 23  Washington Park        3 pm
August 24* Washington Park        3 pm
August 30  Reed College           3 pm
August 31  Reed College           3 pm
September 1 Reed College          3 pm
*American Sign Language interpreted
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10th Annual Twilight Tragedie:

Antony & Cleopatra

June 19 – July 26, 2014

Directed by Elizabeth Huffman

All Shows are FREE

Thursday, Friday & Saturday evenings, unless noted


45th Annual Shakespeare-in-the-Parks:

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

July 12 – September 1, 2014

Directed by Douglas Lay

All Shows are FREE

Saturday and Sunday afternoons, unless noted, plus Labor Day

History

The Play’s the Thing, since 1970.  We are proud to be one of the longest-operating theatre groups in the city. Forty-five seasons is a lot of free theatre.  See pictures from old shows, find out about the casts and crews, and learn more about our history and mission here.

Shows

View calendar events for the 2014 season, information on individual shows, synopses, cast and crew information, tips for attending outdoor Shakespeare, FAQ’s, and weather policy.  If you have questions about a show, look here first.

 

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