Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival Returns for 24th Season

May 29th, 2015 posted by Kaitie Burger

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Time to Light the Lights

You don’t have to travel to the big city to find high-quality summer theatre. The Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival kicks off its 24th Season on June 10.

In residence at the Center Valley Campus of DeSales University, the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival (PSF) brings actors, directors, designers and more from across the country to create top of the line performances over the summer months.

But don’t be fooled- this program packs much more than just Shakespeare! You’ll find performances that can be enjoyed by the whole family, from classic musicals, to hysterical comedies, to kid-friendly spectacles.

The 2015 season kicks off with the classic musical Les Miserables. With record-setting ticket sales already taking place, this is one that you won’t want to miss. The performance will be directed by Dennis Razze, who’s work was recently seen on the PSF stage in Fiddler on the Roof and Oklahoma! All 22 performances of this show are expected to sell out, so don’t delay in ordering your tickets!

When attending a performance at PSF, be sure to arrive early to enjoy the full experience. On multiple occasions throughout the summer, live music precedes the performances in the outdoor courtyard. Refreshments are available for purchase.

The full 2015 season is as follows:

  • Les Miserables: June 10 – 28, Main Stage
  • Around the World in 80 Days: June 17 – July 12, Schubert Theatre
  • The Foreigner: July 8 – August 2, Main Stage
  • Henry V: July 16 – August 2, Main Stage
  • Pericles: July 22 – August 2, Schubert Theatre
    Note that Henry V and The Foreigner run in repertory with the same cast.

And for young children (and, of course, those young at heart):

  • Rapunzel: May 29 – August 1, Schubert Theatre
  • Shakespeare for Kids: July 22 – August 1, Main Stage

To order single tickets, or to opt for a season subscription, contact the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival box office at 610-282-WILL, or visit them online.

And if you’re traveling to the area to catch a performance at the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, be sure to take a look at our available travel packages. Each package includes discounted tickets to any of the five main shows (excluding the children’s shows). To book  a package, contact the hotel directly and let them know you’re interested in their Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival package. Be sure to book early, as many shows will sell out.

 

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