Pittsfield Shakespeare in the Park is committed to keeping the thrill of theatre alive with the artists and audience members who live in the Berkshires by presenting free, outdoor Shakespeare bringing together audience members, actors, designers, and technicians to our community.
Founded by Berkshires-based theatre artist and educator, PSP was launched in the summer of 2014 with A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Springside Park. PSP returned in 2015 with Romeo and Juliet in a new venue, the performance pavilion on the First Street Common. More than 5,000 people have enjoyed PSP’s free productions since its inception, fast becoming an annual tradition.
2016 - The Tempest
Shakespeare’s magical romance comes to the First Street Common July 21–August 7, 2016.
About Enrico Spada
Pittsfield Shakespeare in the Park founder and artistic director Enrico Spada holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre & Education, and has taught, directed and performed at Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, Massachusetts for nearly a decade. During that time, he directed in the Fall Festival of Shakespeare high school residency program plus other K-12 residency programs. Enrico also served as Marketing Manager and then Marketing Director at Shakespeare & Company for several years and also runs his own business as a freelance graphic designer, actor and director.