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A Late Summer Night’s Stroll

Inspired by A Midsummer Night's Dream
Aug 12 — Sep 6, 2020
Shakespeare Glen, Forest Park

A free outdoor walking experience in Forest Park.

See the park like you’ve never seen it before on this 80-minute jaunt full of poetry, music and art. Loosely inspired by Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, “A Late Summer Night’s Stroll” puts you at the center of the story: four lovers’ escape to an enchanted wood and the magical night of transformation that follows. A socially-distant self-guided tour of iconic spots and hidden gems, featuring custom installations, open-air performances and charming vignettes.

Times and Group Sizes

The 1.25 mile walk begins at ten-minute intervals between 5 p.m. – 7:40 p.m., Tuesday-Sunday. Groups are limited to ten or fewer and only one group can register per time-slot (you will not be paired with another group). Guests are strongly encouraged to attend only with members of their own household.

Waitlist

How to Register:

Registration is now closed. Add your name to the waiting list. 

  • Click the link above.
  • Select the date you wish to attend and select register.
  • Select “Join Waitlist.”
  • Add your name to as many dates as you would like.
  • Waitlist notifications will be sent through email.

Dates

Visit Us

Time-slots available: 5 p.m. – 7:40 p.m., Tuesday-Sunday.

Cost: Free, but registration* required. Suggested donation of $20.

Read about our COVID-19 safety measures and learn more about your STROLL reservation.

Plan Your Visit

STROLL Partners

Circus Flora • Consuming Kinetics  •  Laura Coppinger • Poor Monsters

Shakespeare Squadron • S.A.T.E. • West End Bistro


Leadership support for 2020’s Shakespeare in the Park programming is provided by

The Whitaker Foundation, Emerson, The Bellwether Foundation, Edward Jones, Enterprise Holdings Foundations, The Strive Fund, the Missouri Arts Council, The Trio Foundation of St. Louis, Buckingham Asset Management, and the Regional Arts Commission.

Artists & Performers