Venue Details

79 Star Starred
PFI Historic Park
3691 Sarah's Lane Ellicott City, MD 21043
410-465-8500
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Bring your own picnic-type chair, if you have one. The venue provides chairs, but they are less than comfy.
Antony & Cleopatra info Jul 16 2013 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
I love these productions and the setting
Richard III in the Haunted Ruins info Oct 08 2012 star this tip starred
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attended Jul 24 2013

We loved this venue....Great use of an old and unique outdoor space!
Lots of freedom to picnic while watching the play! I laughed a lot and was very entertained!

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attended Jul 24 2013

What a great experience watching the "Shrew" being tamed! It was a beautiful cool July evening! The cast was fantastic and all the music and funny "sideshows" were great. I have been attending Summer Shakspeare for a number of years and the...continued

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Website

http://chesapeakeshakespeare.com/

Description

Picnics are welcome, and wine and beer are allowed in the park. There is open seating under the stars, on the provided folding chairs or your own blanket.

Admission includes The Show Before The Show, with musicians, costume booths, period games, dances and demonstrations.

About the Ticket Supplier: Chesapeake Shakespeare Company

The Chesapeake Shakespeare Company is one of the fastest growing classics theater in the United States. The tremendous support and energy it has received has come as a result of CSC's desire to create a new way to deliver classical theater -- ways that encourage conversations between audience and artists, one that connects the organization to its community and finds unique ways to combine the traditional and the new when presenting exciting and energetic productions. Built on a model that encourages collaboration and long-term relationships with artists, CSC has built the foundation for a healthy, vibrant organization that is growing into a regional center of energy and excellence. Their ambition is to "change the way people think about Shakespeare."