Free Shakespeare—back for a third year!
Shakespeare’s final play, The Tempest is our 2016 production. It takes place on a magical island inhabited by spirits and monsters and two humans, castoffs from society: a wizard and his daughter. The Tempest is the story of the old man’s revenge…or forgiveness.
Featuring a cast of local professionals and youth, The Tempest will be performed outdoors, under the stars. Bring your picnic blankets and lawn chairs and enjoy the magic!
July 21–August 7, 2016
Performances Thursday–Sunday at 8pm
First Street Common, next to the Zion Lutheran Church
Admission is FREE!
Provided by The Whit
Come early on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings and enjoy live music before the show, starting at 7:15. Bring a picnic and pick the best seats on the lawn. Stay tuned for a complete schedule of performers.
Our goal for individual contributions for 2016 is $10,000 by Shakespeare’s Birthday, April 23. Track our progress below, and make a tax-deductible contribution today!
- THE TEMPEST Individual Contributions Goal of $10,000 61%