Shakespeare in Delaware Park will be celebrating their 44th season of free professional outdoor theater. After this seemingly never-ending winter SDP is excited that summer is right around the corner and plan to break ground May 20th to install the seasonal stage.
2019’s productions will begin June 20th with THE TEMPEST directed by founder and artistic director Saul Elkin. This audience favorite tells the tale of a shipwreck and magic while boosting an all-star cast including Norm Sham, David Lundy, Robyn Lee Horn, Chris Handley and Dave Marciniak as Prospero. SDP’s second production will be the enchanting comedy LOVES LABOURS LOST, directed by Steve Vaughan opening July 25th.
Shakespeare in Delaware Park reaches over 40,000 audience members each season and is pleased to be celebrating 44 incredible years of high-quality professional theatre. SDP proudly remains one of the largest and second oldest FREE outdoor Shakespeare festivals in the county. THE TEMPEST runs June 20th – July 14th with LOVES LABOURS LOST on stage July 25th –August 18th. Performances are held every evening (except Mondays) at a NEW 7:15 p.m. START TIME. Shows take place on Shakespeare Hill in Delaware Park, next to Hoyt Lake behind the Rose Garden, off Lincoln Parkway near the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.