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Support Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks’ 18th Season of outdoor theatre–free for all!

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Dear Friends,

Get ready as we gear up for our indoor Spring 2022 production, the hilarious The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at Threadbare Cider & Meadery, a well-loved establishment on the North Side. 

What a great way to kick off our first in-person spring production – by offering “all of Shakespeare’s plays” in 90 (well, 97, ahem) minutes. We’re so happy to get Charles Beikert back in the director’s chair. Chuck directed The Comedy of Errors and The Two Gentlemen of Verona for us, and we love the slapstick and physical comedy that he brings to our productions. And we’re fortunate to have the hilarious Aaron Crutchfield and “Stoney” Richards with us again! We three players get to romp around the Wigle mead and cider vats and delight the audience with our silliness – and of course, enjoy a mug of mead with the audience as well  – socially distanced, of course!”

It’s challenging for us to do a non-Shakespeare play – it’s like, wait a minute – what is this contemporary language?? But The Complete Works is just side-splittingly funny and it is a marathon for performers and designers alike. And we love a challenge!

We are delighted for your support as we bring free Shakespeare to our city parks and community spaces in our 18th year!  We can’t take this journey without you. Thank you for helping to create exciting, free Shakespeare for all.

See you at Threadbare. As it’s nearly spring, news of our next full production outdoors in September will soon follow!

Best regards,

Jennifer Tober
Founder and Artistic Director
on behalf of Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks’ Board of Directors

#freeforall #freewill #PSIP18

Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. All donations are tax deductible.

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Volunteer Power Needed!

PSIP is fueled by volunteer power! Typically we need support for marketing, ad sales, fundraising, and our outdoor events. If you’d like to be part of the PSIP team, please contact us. We will be happy to put you to work!

Interested in joining our fun team? Just send us your information, and keep watch on our webpage and Facebook page for details relevant to the current season.

Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks celebrates 18 seasons of bringing FREE Shakespeare plays to the Steel City!