We’re bringing a new production of Hamlet to 28+ area parks this spring. Join us for this free, 90-minute performance in a park near you April-May 2020.

Thanks to our friends at Kelly’s Filmworks for this look at our Shakespeare in the Parks spring tour! Shakespeare in the Parks tour video

We are still finalizing the schedule for the 2020 tour!

Thank you to these sponsors who’ve committed to bring Shakespeare in the Parks tour to their neighborhood park in 2020:

Louisville Metro Council:
Councilwoman Jessica Green, District 1 Russell Lee Park
Councilwoman Barbara Shanklin, District 2 Petersburg Park
Councilwoman Barbara Sexton Smith, District 4 Smoketown • Ali Boxing Glove Monument
Councilwoman Paula McCraney, District 7 and Councilman David Yates, District 25 Carrie Gaulbert Cox Park
Councilman Brandon Coan, District 8 Tyler Park
Councilman Bill Hollander, District 9 and White Clay Story Avenue Park
Councilman Pat Mulvihill, District 10 Emerson Park
Councilman Mark Fox, District 13; Councilman Kevin Triplett, District 15;
Councilwoman Nicole George, District 21; Councilman David Yates, District 25 Iroquois Park Amphitheater
Councilwoman Cindi Fowler, District 14 Sun Valley Park
Councilman Markus Winkler, District 17 Hounz Lane Park
Councilman Anthony Piagentini, District 19 Beckley Creek Park
Councilman Stuart Benson, District 20 The Parklands • Broad Run Park
Councilman James Peden, District 23 Highview Park
Councilman Brent Ackerson, District 26 Klondike Park
Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park
Mayor Bill Dieruf and the Jeffersontown City Council Jeffersontown • Veterans Memorial Park
City of Jeffersonville, Mike Moore, Mayor; Jeffersonville Public Art Commission; Jeffersonville Main Street; Jeffersonville Arts Alliance Jeffersonville • Picasso Pointe
City of Lyndon, Brent Hagan, Mayor Lyndon • Robsion Park
City of Mt. Washington, Barry Armstrong, Mayor Amphitheater at Mt. Washington Sports Complex
City of New Albany, Jeff Gahan, Mayor New Albany • Bicentennial Park
City of Shively Councilwoman Tiffany Burton-McBroom Shively Park
City of St. Matthews, Richard J. Tonini, Mayor St. Matthews City Hall
Fountain Square Players Bowling Green • SOKY Marketplace Amphitheater
LG&E Riverview Park, Shawnee, Park, and Victory Park
  • FREE ADMISSION
  • Family Friendly

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Enjoy a performance of a Hamlet at your neighborhood park this spring.

2019 Program Sponsors

Louisville Metro Council: Jessica Green (District 1), Barbara Shanklin (District 2), Barbara Sexton Smith (District 4), Donna Purvis (District 5), David James (District 6), Brandon Coan (District 8), Paula McCraney (District 7), Bill Hollander (District 9), Pat Mulvihill (District 10), Rick Blackwell (District 12), Mark Fox (District 13), Cindi Fowler (District 14), Kevin Triplett (District 15), Markus Winkler (District 17), Stuart Benson (District 20), Nicole George (District 21), James Peden (District 23), David Yates (District 25), and Brent Ackerson (District 26).

Fountain Square Players, Mayor Bill Dieruf – City of Jeffersontown, Jeffersontown City Council, Mayor Mike Moore – City of Jeffersonville, Jeffersonville Public Art Commission, Jeffersonville Main Street, Jeffersonville Arts Alliance, La Grange Kentucky Main Street Program, Wilborn Family Foundation, Locust Grove, Mayor Brent Hagan – City of Lyndon, Mayor Barry Armstrong – City of Mt. Washington, Mayor Jeff Gahan – City of New Albany, Norton Commons, Mayor Richard J. Tonini – City of St. Matthews, Tyler Park Neighborhood Association, Mayor Bob Rogers – City of Pewee Valley, Councilwoman Tiffany Burton- McBroom – City of Shively, and White Clay.