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Speaking of Summer…(already???)

March 12, 2012

With such a mild winter, it’s tough not to be anticipating an exceptionally beautiful Boston summer; those sunny, warm, winter days have left us craving sunnier and warmer days. But great weather isn’t the only thing Bostonians have learned to look forward to in the summer! There are plenty of performances you can catch all summer long, including one must-see: Shakespeare on the Common.

It was only mid-February when The Commonwealth Shakespeare Company (CSC) announced their performance schedule for the summer of 2012. From July 25 until August 12, the group will be performing Corilanus, a political drama that CSC Artistic Director, Steve Maler, promises, “will be a thrilling and dramatic conversation with [the] audience!”

Shakespeare on the Common is a Boston tradition you don’t want to miss! Modeled after “Shakespeare in the Park” in Central Park, Shakespeare on the Common enters it’s 17th season as one of Boston’s most attended annual arts events. You can catch the performance Tuesdays-Saturdays at 8 p.m. beginning July 25 at the Parkman Bandstand on the Boston Common. It may be early but mark your calendars now! Summer will be here before we know it. Please note there are NO performances on Mondays.

Casting information will be announced in the late spring. In the meantime click here for more information about Corilanus to see what you can expect this summer!
Learn more about CSC.

May not be appropriate for all ages. Parental discretion is advised

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