Celebrating 15 years of free Shakespeare in the Park

15 YEARS OF FREE

SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK

Florida Shakes Artistic Director, Colleen Stovall named Woman of the Year in Arts & Entertainment

The Florida Shakespeare Theater welcomes Shalia Sakona to the board of Directors.

Check out the Shakespeare Photo Booth at every show. Be a Queen for a day. Try on a costume and snap your pic. It's free

Seth Trucks to play Macbeth

Macbeth: performances from January 4 through January 26

 North Beach Bandshell
January 3 -5  2020
Fri & Sat at 8 pm & Sun at 6  
 Downtown Doral Park
January 10-12, 2020
Fri & Sat at 8 pm & Sun at 5 pm 
The Barnacle Coconut Grove
January 17-19, 2020
Fri & Sat at 8 pm  Sunday at 6
 Pinecrest Gardens
January 24-26, 2020
Fri & Sat at 8 pm & Sun at 6  

Pick your weekend. Pick your date, time & location. 

Free Shakespeare in the Park in two counties and four parks

throughout South Florida.

Each park is different and has different seating, rules about outside food & drinks and seating.

Click the "More Info" button next to each park to learn about the location, parking and park rules for each location.

QUESTIONS??   We have answers

Click below for Shakespeare in the Park FAQs and ADA information.

Sign up your class for one of the two annual FREE Shakespeare Schools Shows at Pinecrest Gardens

9:30  - 11:00 am or

11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Thursday,  January 9, 2019

This show usually fills up very quickly. 

Seating is limited to 525

students for each show.

NOTE: This is NOT a full performance of Macbeth.  It is scenes, and discussion of text, history, stage combat demonstrations, Elizabethan make-overs (of a teacher), and more.  It is a fast paced, total immersion of what it takes to do the following in a Shakespearean production of Macbeth:

  • Understand the Elizabethan world and mindset

  • Use original source material for historical research

  • Understand Shakespeare's text in context of what was happening in the world he lived in.

  • What does it mean to act or perform stage combat

  • How does a designer create sets, sound or lighting?

  • How does a designer use historic reference in designing and creating costumes?

Thursday, January 9

The annual Shakespeare Schools Show

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Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture. Major Sponsorship provided by  the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners. The City of Doral, The City of Miami Beach, The City of Miami, The Coconut Grove Chamber of Commerce, The Coconut Grove BID,  the State of Florida Department of Natural Resources Parks System, The Barnacle Historic State Park,  Shell Lumber & Hardware, The Stovall Family, The Costello Family, and the Frank and Susan Salinger Initiative for the Arts.