RECENT NEWS & UPDATES
Classic American Comedy The Foreigner to open on Main Stage at Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival; In Repertory with Henry V
A "real, live foreigner" creates hilarious misunderstandings while delivering heartwarming laughter in Larry Shue's award-winning comedy, The Foreigner, in the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival's production previewing July 8 and 9 and opening Friday, July 10.
Most Broadway Credits Ever in PSF Production of Les Misérables; Mike Eldred to Play Iconic Role of Jean Valjean
The all new Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival production of the iconic musical Les Misérables features a cast of 37 that collectively represent the most Broadway credits, most recording artists, and most national tours of any cast ever on stage in PSF's 24-season history.
Les Misérables: All New Production with Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival Artists to Open Company's 2015 Summer Season
An all new production of the epic musical Les Misérables will open the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival's 2015 summer season. Featuring professional PSF actors from New York, Philadelphia, Chicago and Los Angeles, the production will be directed by Associate Artistic Director Dennis Razze, who has directed all of PSF's musical productions.
Summer 2015: Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival Announces 24th Season, Directors
"A kingdom for a stage:" Shakespeare's Henry V will rule over the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival Main Stage in the company's 24th summer season, and his magical romance Pericles will bring "wind, rain and thunder" to the intimate Schubert Theatre.
Vision 2030: A World Class PSF
The mission of Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival is to enrich, inspire, engage, and entertain the widest possible audience through first-rate professional productions of classical and contemporary plays, with a core commitment to the works of Shakespeare and other master dramatists, and through an array of educational outreach and mentorship programs.
Vision 2030: A Patron's Experience
The year is 2030. And it's a beautiful summer day. You live an hour and a half to the south of the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, and you prepare to make your annual pilgrimage to PSF, which has emerged as the highlight of your year for a number of years now. You check to make sure you have your tickets, booked online back in November. You learned the hard way a few years back how quickly the performances sell out due to the ever-growing popularity of the Festival in the Mid-Atlantic region.