Performances are FREE each Saturday and Sunday in September 2016 and are as follows:

Sept. 3, 2 PM: Frick Park
Beechwood Blvd. & Nicholson St., Squirrel Hill (map)

Sept. 4, 2 PM: Pymatuning State Park
Shelter 3, Jamestown, PA (map)

Sept. 10-11, 2 PM: Highland Park
Reservoir Drive opposite Super Playground (map)

Sept. 17-18, 2 PM: Arsenal Park
40th and Davison Streets, Lawrenceville (map)

Sept. 24-25, 2 PM: Frick Park
Beechwood Blvd. & Nicholson St., Squirrel Hill (map)

PSIP is part of Britsburgh, a city-wide celebration of British culture, traditions, and connections, September 6-11.

Learn more here, and get your memorabilia here!

Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks will be participating in the Pittsburgh Foundation's Day of Giving, which has been rescheduled to September 21, 2016.

The Day of Giving exists for a simple reason: To promote charitable giving in the Pittsburgh area. The day highlights all of the nonprofit organizations in our community and the ways they work to better our lives while also giving us all the opportunity to show our support for the good causes being championed.

Mark you calendar and remember Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks on September 21 to make your 100% tax-deductible donation!

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Founding Artistic Director Jennifer Tober

Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks celebrates 12 seasons of bringing FREE Shakespeare plays to the Steel City! All performances FREE to the public!

Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks is the city’s only outdoor Shakespeare company and has been offering free productions in city parks since 2005. In 2013, PSIP’s Romeo & Juliet, directed by Helen M. Meade, played to over 1,000 patrons over four September weekends. Celebrating our 10th season in 2014, PSIP served up As You Like It, (reprising our inaugural 2005 production), featuring Artistic Director Jennifer Tober as Rosalind. Next up: The Comedy of Errors, playing free to the public in Pittsburgh city parks in September 2016.

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Bringing free Shakespeare to the Steel City since 2005.

Bring a blanket, a loved one, and a thermos.

Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks' productions are supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

Additional support from:

  • The Fine Foundation
  • The McKinney Charitable Foundation through the PNC Charitable Trust Grant Review Committee
  • Fidelity Charitable Trusts, The Seamon Fund
  • Vanguard Charitable Trust