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Shakespeare in Yosemite 2020: Love's Labor's Lost, April 24-26

Shakespeare in Yosemite returns for its 4th year in 2020
Join us for Love's Labour's Lost, April 24-28, 2020
devon glover
Sonnet Man Performs in Area Schools
Devon Glover, AKA the Sonnet Man, visits Merced-area schools perfomring hip-hop sonnets before performing in Shakespeare in Yosemite
bethy harmelin as rosalind
As You Like It, 2019
Pictured: Bethy Harmelin as Rosalind, Andrew Hardy as Orlando, and Rachel Rodrigues as Celia
musical comedy
Join Us For Love's Labour's Lost in 2020
A musical comedy about love and the environment, April 24-26 2020 in Curry Village
connie stetson and Jessica rivas
A Midsummer Night's Dream, 2018
Pictured: Connie Stetson as Bottom and Ranger Jessica Rivas as Snout the Wilderness Ranger/Wall

About Shakespeare in Yosemite

Shakespeare in Yosemite was founded in 2017 to bring short, accessible, and FREE productions of Shakespeare’s plays to Yosemite National Park for Earth Day and Shakespeare’s birthday each April. Our shows are 90 minutes long, feature lots of music, and are adapted to address issues relevant to Earth Day and Yosemite. Casts are made up of UC Merced students and community members, and shows are directed by Shakespeare in Yosemite co-founders Katherine Steele Brokaw (UC Merced) and Paul Prescott (University of Warwick).

We return to Yosemite National Park in April 2020 for a newly adapted production of Love’s Labor’s Lost, which will be performed April 22nd in Merced, CA, and April 24-26 in the outdoor amphitheatre in Yosemite National Park's Curry Village.

2020 Performance dates:

Wednesday, April 22nd: location and time TBA

Friday, April 24: School field trip show, 11 am, Curry Village

Public performance, 5 pm, Curry Village

Saturday, April 25: Public Performance, 10 am, Curry Village

Public Performance, 5 pm, Curry Village

Sunday, April 26: Public Performance, 11 am, Curry Village 
[Bus information for UC Merced students, staff, and faculty to come]

For information about auditions and shows, contact Katie Brokaw

Shakespeare in Yosemite is produced in partnership with UC Merced, University of Warwick, and Yosemite National Park.

Follow #YosemiteShakes on social media for updates

Shakespeare in Yosemite is proud to be a member of the Shakespeare Theatre Association (STA). For more information visit www.stahome.org

 

 

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