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A scene from the Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks’ all-female production of “Hamlet.” The show will run for free every Saturday and Sunday until Sept. 26 across Pittsburghs parks.

Shakespeare in the Parks presents all-female ‘Hamlet’ production

By Jessica McKenzie, Staff Writer September 7, 2021
Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks reimagined the classic play “Hamlet” into an all-female production — one that challenges its company to speak “Pittsburghese” while embodying classic characters of the Elizabethan Era.
Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks presented a Shakespeare-inspired comedy with “Bottom’s Up” Saturday night.

Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks ditches the script for ‘Bottom’s Up’

By Charlie Taylor, Senior Staff Writer June 29, 2021
The works of Shakespeare recall passionate romance, witty humor, breathtaking sword fights and, for the improv team of Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks, rocket ships made entirely out of sausage.
The Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Park group stages an improv performance called “Sister’s of Atlanta.”

Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks announces ‘Cymbeline’ for 16th season

By MJ LaRocque, Staff Writer February 18, 2020

Two women stood in the middle of a bar playing an improv game where they created a new Shakespeare play they called “The Sisters of Atalanta.” The two acted as a father and his boss, trying to reach...

Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks’ production of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar.”

All-female “Julius Caesar” takes over Pittsburgh Parks

By MJ LaRocque, For the Pitt News September 23, 2019
Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks celebrated its 15th Anniversary with an all-female production of “Julius Caesar,” which runs Saturdays and Sundays throughout the month of September. This past weekend was the group’s second-to-last performance.
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