Join the Improv Team of Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks as we, well, improvise a Shakespeare play! Join us on Twitch/Tiltify. Featured performers are: Cat Aceto, Aaron Crutchfield, Craig Snider, Kip Soteres, Jennifer Tober, and Jason A. Young.
Saturday, June 26
Pre-show banter 7:30 pm
Show starts at 8 pm
Live Twitch/Tiltify link right here on June 26!
Our players will create a Shakespeare-esqe comedy using rhyming couplets, iambic pentameter, song and dance, adjusting, and generally embarrass the heck out of themselves. YOU–the audience–participates, heckles our humble performers, and helps drive the plot. Tune in to chime in, throws a pineapple, or just donate and enjoy yourself as you support Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks’ mission of FREE Shakespeare plays in city parks for all.
RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org and receive the event link.
Join us from right here on June 26.
PSIP Artistic Director Jennifer Tober announces our 2021 show: an all-female HAMLET directed by KJ Gilmer.
Directed by KJ Gilmer
An all-female production of Shakespeare’s masterpiece
Weekends, September 4-26
for PSiP’s 17th Season
Saturday and Sunday afternoons at Frick Park, North Park Boat House, and Highland Park
Special Friday night events in Schenley Plaza, Oakland
Production design by Lisa Leibering
Watch for Hamlet casting and location news!
As always, admission is free and donations requested to keep Shakespeare’s plays in our beautiful Pittsburgh parks.
Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks is dedicated to bringing FREE Shakespeare plays to Pittsburgh audiences in our beautiful city parks since 2005. Our outdoor company has performed 15 plays in parks and public spaces to a total of over 15,000 audience members. PSIP believes that access to excellent, free theater is a right that all citizens should have. Thank you for supporting our mission of free theatre for all!
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Bringing free Shakespeare to the Steel City since 2005.
Bring a blanket, a loved one, and a thermos.
Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks’ productions are supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
The Chocolate Moose
Dan Frankel, Pennsylvania State Representative
Additional support from:
- The Fine Foundation
- PNC Charitable Trust
- PA Partners (Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council)
- Arts Equity Reimagined/Covid-19 Arts Working Group
Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks celebrates 17 seasons of bringing FREE Shakespeare plays to the Steel City!