Annual Shakespeare in the Park
By William Shakespeare
NOW IN SEPTEMBER
September 9-11, 2022
Directed by: April Morrow
In this visual and visceral retelling of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy, “Macbeth,” audiences will be led through the shadows of mankind. Utilizing an all female cast, light’s perseverance through the torment of darkness is questioned.
Due to increasing temperatures and heavy rain our annual Shakespeare in the Park as been moved to September as our season opener!
Free to the public in Enid’s historic Government Springs Park. Bring a picnic dinner, a lawn chair or blanket to the park.
Thank You to our Sponsor:
Help us give back!
During performances of Macbeth we will be collecting donations of items for the YWCA Enid Crisis Center. The YWCA Enid Crisis Center Shelter is a facility that is a safe haven for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and their dependent children. The Crisis Center provides a safe, clean room with access to food, clothing, and personal care items. When you come to see Shakespeare in the Park, please consider bringing along items to donate to the Crisis Center. Items needed are:
Clothing and shoes in all child & adult sizes
Cleaning & laundry supplies
Bedding (new, twin size) & winter blankets
Please see the photo for detailed needs and join us in helping the YWCA Crisis Center!
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
Free in Government Springs Park
Government Springs Park
Photo courtesy of: Muncy Photograph