Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream will call on the powers of magic and love as Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks’ continues its 18th year.
Artistic Director Jennifer Tober steps back into the directing realm with this summer’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream production. “Dream is one of Shakespeare’s most well-loved comedies involving love triangles, several subplots, and a magical world of faeries and sprites,” says Tober.
Using the outdoor environs and found spaces in our parks, Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks (PSIP) offered FREE Shakespeare productions to thousands of Pittsburghers. Dream will move through four parks on weekends, September 3-25. For the first time, performances will be held in historic Westinghouse Park while returning to Frick and Highland Parks, in addition to Schenley Plaza.
For more info and updates, including auditions, visit pittsburghshakespeare.com
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