Often regarded as William Shakespeare’s greatest comedy, Twelfth Night is bursting with romance, music and high times.
This year’s Shakespeare in the Park sets Viola and her shipwrecked twin brother – separated and finding their way in a strange, new land – in glamorous, celebrity-filled Miami. In a world of appearances, not everyone is who they seem, but love is love in this glorious, Latin-inflected story of longing and reinvention.
Shakespeare in the Park is free to attend; no reservations are required. Just show up with your blankets, chairs and picnics and find a spot on the lawn. Shakespeare Glen opens at 6:30. Food by Steve’s Hot Dogs is available for purchase, and drinks by STL Barkeep.
A limited number of paid reservations are now available at stlshakes.org/tickets.
Shakespeare Glen in Forest Park is off Fine Arts and Government Drive. Visit stlshakes.org/plan-your-visit for more information.