The annual Fall Festival of Shakespeare is a residency program at 10 high schools in Massachusetts and neighboring New York. Shakespeare & Company directing teams lead students at each school through a language-based exploration of different Shakespeare plays, culminating in full-scale productions at their own schools and then on the main stage at our own Tina Packer Playhouse. When high-energy teenagers are turned loose - through the power of Shakespeare’s language - the thrill is contagious. And the houses are packed.
“This is a rock concert of Shakespeare! Show after show after show the theater is jammed with kids and adults cheering for the performers and the productions.” –WBUR Radio, Boston
Festival Pass (all 10 shows) - Adults $80/Students $35.
BUY A PASS
Single Tickets - Adults $16/Students $10. To purchase single tickets, please click the link to a specific show below
*The $4 service fee is waived for all Fall Festival tickets and Passes.
1:15 pm Monument Mountain Regional High School's Romeo and Juliet
3:30 pm Mount Everett Regional High School's Much Ado About Nothing
6:15 pm Taconic High School's Hamlet
8:30 pm Springfield Central High School's A Winter's Tale
The Fall Festival of Shakespeare is supported in part by: Deborah and Bill Ryan; Jeffrey Konowitch and Wendy Laurin; National Endowment for the Arts; Dr. Robert C. and Tina Sohn Foundation; Chervenak-Nunnalle Foundation; The Janey Fund; the Lee, Lenox, New Marlborough, Northern Berkshire, Pittsfield, Richmond, Sheffield, Springfield, and Tyringham Cultural Councils – Local agencies supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency; and a coalition of local businesses, families, and individuals.
Shakespeare & Company is a professional live theatre company in the heart of the Berkshires, presenting a vibrant summer performance season featuring the works of Shakespeare in repertory with classic and contemporary plays. The Company offers one of the most extensive actor training programs by a regional theatre in the country, and is also home to an award-winning and nationally recognized theatre-in-education program.