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Love.  It is the dream that we want to be ensnared in.  Powerful and magical, but at it’s worst, a fickle illusion.   Shakespeare’s classical comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream explores the duality of love in a magical, transformative production that asks: if we are in love are we ever in control?

Directed by Jaclynn Jutting

August 9 - September 9, 2018

Thursdays through Sundays and Labor Day Monday
at Centennial Park Bandshell
$10 Suggested Donation

Support NSF and enjoy a Royal Experience!

Food & drink vendors open:
6:00pm
Talking Shakespeare with nightly special guest speakers begins:
6:00pm
Preshow entertainment begins:
6:30pm
Performance begins:
7:30pm

 

For more information on what to expect at the park, click here

Sign Language-Interpreted Performances: 
TBA

To find out what vendors and preshow entertainment will be at each performance, as well as sign language-interpreted performances, check the calendar below:


Get to know SITP

Shakespeare in the Park was established in 1988 and continues to offer family-friendly professional productions of Shakespeare's plays on a donation basis
 

2018 Season Sponsors

2018 Shakespeare in the Park Support

2018 Media Support

Contact The Festival for business and media sponsorship opportunities: sponsorships@nashvilleshakes.org