Shakespeare in the Park
Centennial Park Bandshell
2500 West End Ave | Get Directions
The Nashville Shakespeare Festival (NSF) continues its beloved tradition of Shakespeare in the Park from Thursday, August 10 – Sunday, September 17 at Centennial Park’s band shell. The signature summer program will feature two Shakespearean productions, including The Winter’s Tale and Antony & Cleopatra.
The Winter’s Tale is a fanciful story set in a fairy tale world and directed by NSF’s Artistic Associate, Santiago Sosa. The setting is inspired by the diverse South American Cultures during the Gran Columbia era.
Antony & Cleopatra is a taut thriller about new love in later years and a cautionary tale of political brinksmanship where the powerful play games that result in war and ruin. The performance is directed by David Ian Lee, a director, playwright and professor at Middle Tennessee State University.
Tickets: FREE, with a $10 suggested donation.
Royal Packages are available for those seeking the ultimate VIP experience. There are a limited number of packages available for each performance, and guests are encouraged to book early. Royal Packages are $60 through July 31 and $75 after that date.
August, 17 @ 6:00 pm