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The Old Globe Shakespeare Festival

Sunday, June 19 – Sunday, July 24
Macbeth
Directed by renowned Shakespearean Brian Kulick on The Old Globe’s beautiful outdoor stage. Tempted by an evil prophecy, and encouraged by his wife ever deeper into his own dark ambition, Macbeth murders his way to the throne of Scotland. Shakespeare’s chilling tragedy is filled with ferocious battles, supernatural horrors, famously gorgeous poetry, and some of the Bard’s most vivid characters. A stellar cast will electrify the San Diego night with a stunning rendition of one of Shakespeare’s masterpieces.
Location:Lowell Davies Festival Theatre at The Old Globe
Charge and RSVP:Open to the public, tickets required, beginning at $29. Tickets available at www.TheOldGlobe.org or by calling (619) 23-GLOBE.


Monday, August 15
Summer Shakespeare Studio
An intensive four-week theatremaking program for teens at The Old Globe that will culminate in a final performance that combines Shakespearean scenes, soliloquies, and sonnets with original material generated by the students. A fun-filled night of the Bard for the whole family.
Location:Donald and Darlene Shiley Stage in the Old Globe Theatre, part of the Conrad Prebys Theatre Center at The Old Globe
Charge and RSVP:For information, visit TheOldGlobe.org/SummerStudio.


Sunday, August 14 – Sunday, September 18
Love’s Labor’s Lost
The King of Navarre and his three schoolmates vow to embrace their studies—and not embrace girls—for three whole years. But the instant they take that vow, the Princess of France arrives with her three beautiful attendants, and all bets are off. Shakespeare’s delightful romantic comedy is an unabashed celebration of innocence, idealism, and the sweet folly of young love. Tony Award winner Kathleen Marshall makes her Old Globe directing debut with this intoxicating classic under the San Diego stars.
Location:Lowell Davies Festival Theatre at The Old Globe
Charge and RSVP:Open to the public, tickets required, beginning at $29. Tickets available at www.TheOldGlobe.org or by calling (619) 23-GLOBE.