Category Archives: Shakespeare in the Park

What’s Cooking in the Park: 8/27 – 8/30

It’s time for the third weekend of Shakespeare in the Park! We are at the midway point of our annual summer tradition (28 years now!), and we are ready to put on a show! If you’re planning on joining us … Continue reading

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What’s Cooking in the Park: 8/20 – 8/23

It’s time for the second weekend of Shakespeare in the Park! Who else is gonna be there? Lots of fun people, a few dogs and some great vendors and talented musicians. We’ve got the whole line-up for the weekend right … Continue reading

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What’s Cooking in the Park: 8/13 – 8-16

Opening weekend of Shakespeare in the Park 2015 is finally here! This year’s production, Henry V, directed by frequent NSF collaborator Nat McIntyre (Seen onstage with us as Oberon in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Iago in Othello, and The Dukes … Continue reading

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What’s Cooking at the Park: 9/11 – 9/14

It’s time for the fifth weekend of Shakespeare in the Park! This sadly means that you have only 4 chances to come out to the park and catch the show so best make the most of it! The weather is … Continue reading

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David Olney, Bluegrass and Puppies: 7 Reasons to see Shakespeare in the Park

Thank you for making this summer of Shakespeare such a successful and memorable summer. We’ve performed before representatives from Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, in the rain, and even had one particularly memorable performance in Barnes and Noble at Vanderbilt. As You Like … Continue reading

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Get the Royal Treatment at Shakespeare in the Park

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 … Continue reading

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What’s Cooking at the Park: 9/4 – 9/7

Despite the frequent close calls with rain, close to 6,000 people have stepped into our Tent City over the past three weeks and now it’s time for the fourth weekend of Shakespeare in the Park! If you’re thinking about coming out … Continue reading

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