Shakespeare on the Sound produces an annual free outdoor Shakespeare festival in Connecticut with performances in public parks. By offering our annual theater festival for free and delivering year-round education programs in the schools and local libraries, we open up Shakespeare’s great theater classics for a broad audience, reaching a diverse cross-section of people of all ages and economic backgrounds, and creating a forum for learning, appreciation and celebration. Romeo & Juliet
Greenwich, Baldwin Park: June 26 - July 8
Rowayton, Pinkney Park: July 18 - July 29
Join us this summer for a fresh take on Shakespeare’s most popular love story as friends sit down for an after-dinner reading of the play, only to be taken on a ride they'll never forget - straight into the heart of Romeo and Juliet. With threats and banishment, love and death, tragedy and triumph, Romeo and Juliet twists and turns through a summer night that quickly fills with passion, rapture and foreboding – taking us all with it!
Music and Songs by Stew and Heidi Rodewald, Choreography by David Neumann, Set Design by Laura Jellinek, Costume Design by Tilly Grimes, Lighting Design by Keith Parham, Sound Design by Obadiah Eaves, Sound System Design by Jessica Paz.
Greenwich: June 26 - July 8Rowayton: July 18 - July 29
*No performances on Mondays or 4th of July!