Get the Royal Treatment at Shakespeare in the Park

View from the Royal Box. Photo by Rick Malkin / NSF

View from the Royal Box. Photo by Rick Malkin / NSF

When Shakespeare was born in 1564, Elizabeth I was on the throne. Queen Elizabeth I was an active and generous patron of the theatre, and had her own acting company called the ‘Queen’s Men’. She stood against the people who wished to close down the theatres and without her support the Elizabethan theatres would probably not have survived. In the 1590s, court performances by acting companies became popular and Shakespeare’s company was selected more than any other. In fact, During the last ten years of her reign, Shakespeare’s company of actors, the Lord Chamberlain’s Men, performed at court thirty-two times, compared to thirty-seven performances by all other companies combined. It could be said then that Shakespeare was given “the royal treatment.”

You can get your own “royal treatment” at Shakespeare in the Park in our VIP ringside seats! Whether you want to treat your friends, your family or yourself like royalty, we have a Royal Box reserved just for you.

For $50* per person enjoy:

• VIP private covered seating
• Gourmet picnic dinner
• Reserved VIP parking adjacent to the Bandshell
• Bottled water
Pre-show shout-out from the stage (optional)
• And more!

And to make the benefits of being a patron of the arts even more sweet: all proceeds from the Royal Box support our Educational Outreach and Programming.

There is a 10 seat limit per night in the Royal Box.

Hurry! Shakespeare in the Park ends on September 14th and this popular package goes fast, and advance booking is required. Click to purchase your Royal Box tickets.

*A portion of the price is tax-deductible

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