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The Play’s the Thing: Where to See Shakespeare in Connecticut this Summer [MAP]

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“Summer’s lease hath all too short a date.” ― William Shakespeare

The Bard kneweth best — don’t let the summer slip by without catching one of many Shakespearean performances happening at outdoor venues across Connecticut. Most are free with a suggested donation, some have limited reserved seating available for a fee, all are kid-friendly. Contact the venues to inquire about their policies on pets, picnics and alcohol, and to learn of weather-related cancellations.

To help you plan your midsummer nights’ Shakespeare-iences, here’s an interactive map — click on any play name to filter, and click on the map markers to see more information. To see all events in a list, use the scroll bar on the right side of the map.

UPDATED: Added “Cymbeline” in New London, “Romeo and Juliet” in Essex, “King Lear” in Middletown.

View Where to See Shakespeare in CT – Summer 2014 in a full screen map

Julie Bess Hymans

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4 Responses

  1. Julie Bess Hymans says:

    Thanks for the heads-up! Adding it now.

  2. Bill Flood says:

    Hey!! Hey!! HEY!!

    You forgot a longstanding and popular summer tradition of Shakespeare in the Grove at Middlesex Community College.
    Put on by ArtFarm:
    http://www.art-farm.org/what-s-happening-now/shakespeareinthegrove2014
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Artfarm/206659916037821

  3. Julie Bess Hymans says:

    Thanks!

  4. Jessie says:

    I love the map feature!