Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks
Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks (PSIP) presents The Tempest, directed by Alan Irvine, in city parks the first four weekends in September 2012 (1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23). The Tempest explores themes of magic, romance, revenge and comedy. Enjoy FREE Shakespeare in our great city parks, the perfect way to spend a summer weekend! The program includes children-oriented preshow activities, boisterous performances by local actors, and accessible interpretations of Shakespeare's play. Shakespeare fans of all ages are welcome. Be prepared to move! PSIP provides dynamic and engaging performances that utilize the freedom of space and movement that the parks provide. Be sure to bring a blanket, a thermos, and a loved one!