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The 30th Fall Festival of Shakespeare

November 15-18, 2018

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

TICKETS:
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.

Schedule of Performances 

Thursday, November 15

6:15 pm Lenox High School's A Midsummer Night's Dream 
8:30 pm Chatham High School's The Tempest 

Friday, November 16

6:15 pm Lee High School's As You Like It   
8:30 pm Mount Greylock Regional High School's Henry V   

Saturday, November 17

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

Sunday, November 18

1:15 pm Waldorf High School's Romeo and Juliet
3:30 pm Taconic Hills High School's Much Ado About Nothing


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.

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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.

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