Shakespeare Festival St. Louis

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9:25 pm
Mon June 9, 2014

Dildine Is Leaving Shakespeare Festival St. Louis

Rick Dildine
Credit Shakespeare Festival St. Louis

Rick Dildine, who has expanded the scope of Shakespeare Festival St. Louis in the five years that he has been in charge of it, is leaving. He will become executive director of Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, Mass.

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Cityscape
5:13 pm
Fri May 16, 2014

Shakespeare In The Park Takes On Two Plays

Shakespeare Festival crowd in Forest Park.
Credit Shakespeare Festival St. Louis

Shakespeare Festival St. Louis opened its 14th season Saturday in Forest Park. This year, there is an additional show to see. Instead of selecting one of the Bard’s 38 plays to perform in Shakespeare Glen, the festival has selected three: “Henry IV Part 1,” “Henry IV Part 2,” and “Henry V.” “Henry IV” has been adapted into one show for a total of two outdoor performances. Both shows are free to the public.

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Cityscape
5:57 pm
Fri May 24, 2013

Shakespeare Festival St. Louis Celebrates ‘Twelfth Night’

Kimiye Corwin (Viola) and Joshua Thomas (Orsino) in Shakespeare Festival St. Louis' production of "Twelfth Night"
Davy Levy

Each spring, Shakespeare Festival St. Louis transforms an area of Forest Park just east of Art Hill into an outdoor Shakespearean theatre and provides St. Louis audiences with an entire evening of activities related to one masterpiece by The Bard.  This year’s offering is Twelfth Night.

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Cityscape
5:31 pm
Fri April 19, 2013

Shakespeare Festival St. Louis Takes On Cyber-Bullying, Hosts SHAKE38

William Shakespeare
Wikimedia Commons

Each Spring, Shakespeare Festival St. Louis stages a play by the Bard in an area of Forest Park just east of the St. Louis Art Museum.  This year, the production is Twelfth Night which will run nightly except Tuesdays from May 24 through June 16. But before rehearsals for the main event even begin, the organization is active with pre-season offerings.

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