AS YOU LIKE IT Audition Notice

We are looking for AEA and non-union actors to audition for Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks' September 2014 production of As You Like It, directed by Lisa Ann Goldsmith.

Auditions will be held Saturday, April 26th from 10-noon with callbacks on Saturday, May 10 at Frick Park, Blue Slide Playground, Beechwood Blvd and Nicholson Street, Squirrel Hill.

Actors should prepare a brief comedic Shakespearean monologue.

Email info@pittsburghshakespeare.com for an appointment.

Bring Your Own Bard

Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks for April: April 28 2014

Juliet at BYOB at the Te CafeJoin us on Monday April 28 2014 for the next Bring Your Own Bard, 7:30 at the Te Café in Squirrel Hill.

BYOB – “Bring Your Own Bard” is Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks’ informal, no pressure ‘scene night’ in which professional actors and non-actors alike take a crack at their favorite Shakespeare pieces. Participants are encouraged to bring along a piece ready to read, jump into a scene already prepared, or just listen and drink tea. Extra readings will be on hand in case last-minute inspiration strikes. All ages welcome. Beverages and light fare will be available for purchase.

Doors open at 7:15 PM, readings begin at 7:30 PM. Suggested $10 donation at the door to support free Shakespeare in the Steel City. Those interested in reading should contact BYOB@pittsburghshakespeare.com or 412.521.6406, or visit us on Facebook at Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks.

2014 Bring Your Own Bard Dates

  • January 27 2014
  • Feburary 24 2014
  • March 31 2014
  • April 28 2014
  • May 26 2014
  • June 30 2014

Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks celebrates 10 seasons of bringing FREE Shakespeare plays to the Steel City, and will offer As You Like It weekends in September 2014!

Hosts/hostesses wanted

Interested in hosting an event or cocktail-ish party for PSIP? We'd love it! Send an email to jtober@pittsburghshakespeare.com.

Got kids interested in Shakespeare and stage combat? Sign them up for "Steel on Stage"- our summer camp this July.

Join us for our yummy 3rd annual "Midsummer Night's Revels" fundraiser dinner at Piccolo Forno in Lawrenceville on Monday, June 23rd. Gourmet food, wine, entertainment and much more to help us keep providing free Shakespeare! Send en email to jtober@pittsburghshakespeare.com to make a reservation.




10th Season Providing FREE Shakespeare to the Steel City!

All performances FREE to the public!

Artistic Director Jennifer Tober Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks is the city’s only outdoor Shakespeare company and has been offering free productions in city parks since 2005. In 2013, PSIP’s Romeo & Juliet, directed by Helen M. Meade, played to over 1,000 patrons over four September weekends. Celebrating our 10th season this year, PSIP serves up As You Like It, (reprising our inaugural 2005 production), featuring Artistic Director Jennifer Tober as Rosalind and playing free to the public in Pittsburgh city parks in September.



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Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks' productions of Midsummer Night's Dream in 2006, Twelfth Night in 2008, Much Ado About Nothing in 2010, Merry Wives of Windsor in 2011, The Tempest in 2012, and Romeo and Juliet in 2013 were supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a stage agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment of the Arts, a federal agency.

PSIP has also received support from the Fine Foundation and The Pittsburgh Foundation's Day of Giving program.