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October 13, 2023: “Tickets & Details For First Holiday Production Q BROTHERS CHRISTMAS CAROL November 21-December 23 at the National Blues Museum”. Read More.
March 2, 2023: “St. Louis Shakespeare Festival Announces 23rd Production of Free Shakespeare in the Park ‘Twelfth Night’, directed by Lisa Portes and full summer season.” Read More.
February 23, 2023: “St. Louis Shakespeare Festival Announces 3rd Annual Confluence New Play Festival and opens applications for next Confluence Regional Writers Cohort.” Read More.
September 2022: “Cast and Shcedule for the 9th Shakespeare in the Streets in the historic immigrant neighborhood of Bevo Mill.” Read More.
July 11, 2022: “St. Louis Shakespeare Festival’s Touro Presents an Afro-futurist ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ August 2-27, 2022. Free in 24 Parks Across Metro Area.” Read more.
March 4, 2022: “22nd Summer Mainstage Production is Much Ado About Nothing” Read more.
February 18, 2022: “The second Confluence New Play Festival. Will present staged readings of six new plays by Missouri and Illinois playwrights.” Read more.
September 1, 2021: “Casting and Schedule for Shakespeare in the Streets x The Ville Collaboration” Read more.
August 2, 2021: “TourCo Presents a new regional tour of Othello. Aug 3-20 in 24 public parks.” Read more.
March 9, 2021: “Alumni, Neighborhood groups and arts community rally to rescue Sumner High School from closure.” Read more.
March 5, 2021: “St. Louis Shakespeare Festival return to live performance in Forest Park with King Lear, June 2 – 27, 2021.” Read More.
OCT 29, 2020: “A Walking Xmas Carol” an outdoor holiday window tour with a musical audio companion in the Central West End. Read more.
JUN 25, 2020: Shakespeare Festival St. Louis Announces 2020 Season Postponement & “A Late Summer Night’s Stroll,” an interactive walk experience in Forest Park. Read more.
JUN 5, 2020: Shakespeare Festival St. Louis Presents State of Denmark v. Hamlet – A Live-streamed Mock Trial of Hamlet. Read more.
APR 1, 2020: Shakespeare Festival St. Louis Announces Postponement of Shakespeare in the Park, Launch of ShakespareTV and reboot of SHAKE 38. Read more.
MAR 18, 2020: Shakespeare Festival St. Louis Announces New Online Programs in Response to COVID-19. A Facebook live production of Cymbeline, “Shakespeare in the Sheets” social media project, and more virtual programming plans. Read more.