Shakespeare In Clark Park

Shakespeare in Clark Park

‘Enjoy A Free Shakespeare Performance In Clark Park’

Visit West Philly’s Clark Park and enjoy Shakespeare in the Park July 26 to 30!

For more than a decade, hundreds of Philadelphian’s make their way to Clark Park to watch professional actors recreate the works of Shakespeare.

This year, enjoy Shakespeare’s timely political drama Coriolanus. For five nights, Shakespeare’s greatest political tragedy of manipulation and revenge comes to life. In this story of revenge and unrest, recovering from one war and bracing for another, the people turn to their hero: Coriolanus.

Join Philadelphia’s finest actors and Barrymore award winner Charlotte Northeast who leads this all-female cast of warrior women along with a Chorus of Philadelphians doing battle as the citizens of Rome. 

The shows are free, although donations are accepted. Considering that some of the performances attract up to 1,000 people, we recommend that you get there early. 

FYI - In the case of rain, performances will be held at the Harold Prince Theater at the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts at 3680 Walnut Street.


4398 Chester Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19104


July 26 – 30, 2017


Starting at 7:00 pm each night



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