Under the leadership of new Producing Artistic Director Anthony Patton, the 49th Summer Festival of Free Shakespeare in Central Park will present two of William Shakespeare’s masterworks, Macbeth and Romeo & Juliet.
Macbeth, directed by Pamela DiPasquale, will open the season with a preview performance on June 10 and run Tuesdays – Sundays through June 21. Romeo & Juliet, directed by Anthony Patton, will open June 30 and run Tuesdays – Sundays through July 12. For all performances, curtain is at 8:00 PM at the C. Douglas Ramey Amphitheatre in Central Park, located at the corner of Fourth and Magnolia in historic Old Louisville.
Kentucky Shakespeare is committed to the fundamental belief that the arts are for everyone, and to our ongoing “Free Will” campaign which allows us to bring the summer season of professional theatre to the public free of charge through the generous support of our funders, donors and community.Calendar:June 10-14: Macbeth, 8 PMJune 16-21: Macbeth, 8 PMJune 30- July 5: Romeo & Juliet, 8 PMJuly 7-12: Romeo & Juliet, 8 PM
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