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Nashville Shakespeare Festival
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As You Like It
This performance will be Sign Language interpreted.
Sat, Aug 30 6:00pm
Vendors 6:00PM, Pre-show 6:30PM, Curtain 7:30PM
Centennial Park
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As You Like It
Sun, Aug 31 6:00pm
Vendors 6:00PM, Pre-show 6:30PM, Curtain 7:30PM
Centennial Park
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As You Like It
Mon, Sep 1 6:00pm
Vendors 6:00PM, Pre-show 6:30PM, Curtain 7:30PM
Centennial Park
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As You Like It
Thu, Sep 4 6:00pm
Vendors 6:00PM, Pre-show 6:30PM, Curtain 7:30PM
Centennial Park
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As You Like It
Fri, Sep 5 6:00pm
Vendors 6:00PM, Pre-show 6:30PM, Curtain 7:30PM
Centennial Park
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As You Like It
Sat, Sep 6 6:00pm
Vendors 6:00PM, Pre-show 6:30PM, Curtain 7:30PM
Centennial Park
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As You Like It
Sun, Sep 7 6:00pm
Vendors 6:00PM, Pre-show 6:30PM, Curtain 7:30PM
Centennial Park
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As You Like It
Thu, Sep 11 6:00pm
Vendors 6:00PM, Pre-show 6:30PM, Curtain 7:30PM
Centennial Park
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As You Like It
Fri, Sep 12 6:00pm
Vendors 6:00PM, Pre-show 6:30PM, Curtain 7:30PM
Centennial Park
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As You Like It
Sat, Sep 13 6:00pm
Vendors 6:00PM, Pre-show 6:30PM, Curtain 7:30PM
Centennial Park
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As You Like It
Sun, Sep 14 6:00pm
Vendors 6:00PM, Pre-show 6:30PM, Curtain 7:30PM
Centennial Park
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Twelfth Night
Thu, Jan 8 2015 7:30pm
Box Office opens one hour prior to Show Time
Bill and Carole Troutt Theatre
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More Information
The mission of the Nashville Shakespeare Festival is to educate and entertain the Mid-South community through professional Shakespearean experiences. The Festival employs Nashville's most talented theatre artists to create unique and relevant productions and programs that stimulate the minds and enrich the lives of students and adults throughout Middle Tennessee.

Since 1988, The Festival has produced its Annual Free Shakespeare in the Park every summer in Centennial Park. Since 1992, The Festival has offered year-round outreach to schools and the community through in-classroom workshops, performances for students and experiences for young actors. Since 2008, The Festival has performed its Annual Winter Shakespeare Production at the Troutt Theater, offering both public performances and student matinees.

Box Office Information

Shakespeare in the Park is FREE and open to the public
(Suggested donation of $10)
No ticket required. Seating is first-come, first served.

Royal Box (Includes Dinner and Special Seating) - $50.00 per person

Food and beverages are available on-site.
T-shirts, posters and other premiums are available for a small donation.

Payment Accepted
Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Cash and Check for tickets or donations.
Day of Show Information

Sign Language Interpreted Performance (TBA)

6:00 PM - Food vendors open
6:30 PM - Pre-show Entertainment*
7:30 PM - Performance

ARRIVE EARLY FOR BEST SEATING & PARKING! Bring your own blanket or lawn chair for comfort.
Benches and bleachers are available in the rear of the house.

COME EARLY IN THE RUN! The first three weekends are ideal for maximum picnic space and "leg-room". The final two weekends will be PACKED!

*Click Here for the Pre-Show Entertainment Schedule.

Venue Information

Centennial Park Bandshell 
Centennial Park
2600 West End Avenue
Nashville, TN 37203

Directions
From I-440, take West End Avenue going east (towards downtown)
Travel 1 mile, and Centennial Park will be on the left
Turn LEFT into the main entrance.
Follow park guide signs to the Bandshell

Parking
Free parking