Our 2024 season of admission-free performances is coming in June!
Our festival runs June 20-August 3.

We have our schedule 90 percent booked! Check our our Locations and Schedule page and make your plans to attend. Our performances are admission-free and ticketless. 

Thank you for all those who attended live performances of
Twelfth Night and Hamlet last summer. Those productions are now available to view online.

Twelfth Night: Love, gender roles and class collide in Shakespeare’s timeless tale of Viola, separated from her twin brother Sebastian, in a shipwreck. Viola washes up on the shore of Illyria, and, in an astute survival plan, she decides to present herself as a page. Now known as Caesario, she is employed by Duke Orsino, who sends her to woo the lady Olivia. When Olivia falls in love with Caesario, Viola finds herself in the middle of a love triangle. Hilarious hijinks ensue when Olivia’s uncle Sir Toby, his mistress Maria, and friend Sir Andrew prank Olivia’s pompous Steward, Malvolio. If music be the food of love, play on! Directed by Patrick Vest.

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Hamlet 

A shattered young Hamlet returns to Elsinore to attend his father’s funeral and his mother’s marriage to his uncle. A harrowing encounter with his father’s ghost informs him that something is rotten in the state of Denmark, and Hamlet is propelled down a perilous path of murder, madness and revenge. But when holding the mirror up to nature, who can he trust? Shakespeare’s enduring masterpiece returns to the festival in 2023. Directed by Stephanie Coltrin 

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Performed and recorded for a live audience at Little Fish Theatre in November 2022. Now available for streaming! 

When the King takes a French noblewoman for his bride, his court becomes divided, and Henry faces a rebellion, a murder plot and the civil war that becomes the Wars of the Roses. Starring: Tara Donovan, Gregory Dodds, Jonathan Fisher, Bridget Garwood, Melissa Green, Brendan Kane, Rachel Levy, Brad Light Jane Macfie, Richard Perloff and Mark Piatelli. Adapted by Jonathan Fisher. Co-Directed by Stephanie Coltrin and Jonathan Fisher.

Viewing reservations are free. Donations are gratefully accepted.

 

Romeo & Juliet 

Premiered Sunday, August 14. Available to watch on demand. 

Reservations are free to watch. Donations are gratefully accepted.

Much Ado About Nothing

Premiered Saturday, August 13 at 7:00 p.m. Available to watch on demand.

Viewing reservations are free. Donations are gratefully accepted.

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Romeo & Juliet 

Premiered Sunday, August 14. Available to watch on demand. 

Reservations are free to watch. Donations are gratefully accepted.

Many of our previous productions are available to view and stream for free!