Welcome to Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks

Shakespeare Unscripted – Saturday, March 13

Hop into SHAKESPEARE UNSCRIPTED! Be a part of the craziness!

Led by emcee Jason A. Young, PSIP company members Aaron Crutchfield, Kip Soteres, Jennifer Tober, and Tracey D. Turner are driven by the audience to create a Shakespearesque play. An interactive adventure on Twitch, it’s a History play gone terribly awry.

We can’t help but ask:
Will the Usurpers manage to wrest Crown from the Old Guard?
Will the King and Queen be undone by their fatal flaws?
Will the four performers sweat as they improvise soliloquies in iambic pentameter??
And…what would WILL himself think?

SATURDAY, MARCH 13 AT 8 pm.
Arrive when the room opens at 7:30pm for pre-show banter led by Jason and to meet the players. How the event works and how YOU can chip in to direct some of the action will be revealed! 

Admission is by your donation and you can play a bigger role in how the story ends when you chip in during the event!

This fun fundraiser is like no other! Tell your friends and plan to join us to try YOUR hand at directing! Watch our web site for details as March is upon us!

Conceived and Produced by Dan Warner.

ON SATURDAY, GO LIVE with the company at 7:30pm and get ready to remake history when the show begins at 8pm.

#bewareofvibesofMarch #ShakespeareUnscripted #PSIP17

Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks is dedicated to bringing FREE Shakespeare plays to Pittsburgh audiences in our beautiful city parks since 2005. Our outdoor company has performed 15 plays in parks and public spaces to a total of over 15,000 audience members. PSIP believes that access to excellent, free theater is a right that all citizens should have. Thank you for supporting our mission of free theatre for all!


Do you like what we do? Want to see us do a specific show? Let us know!…on Facebook or via email at info@pittsburghshakespeare.com.

“Like” our page on Facebook: Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks.

SUBSCRIBE to the PSIP YouTube channel.

Read our blog: Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks.

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.

Production Sponsors

The Chocolate Moose 

Dan Frankel, Pennsylvania State Representative

Additional support from:

  • The Fine Foundation
  • PNC Charitable Trust
  • PA Partners (Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council)
  • Arts Equity Reimagined/Covid-19 Arts Working Group

Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks celebrates 17 seasons of bringing FREE Shakespeare plays to the Steel City!

#seeyouinSeptember