What’s Playing

Upcoming Performances

Saturday, June 29

Celebrating Kevin G. Coleman & the Education Program Please join us at Shakespeare & Company to celebrate our award-winning Education Program and Founder Kevin G. Coleman The Gala begins at […]

June 21 — July 21,

3:30 pm and 7 pm

Moss and Avis, a sophisticated and successful couple, wake up one morning in an isolated summer house high above a picturesque body of water. The weather’s fine; the view’s magnificent. […]

Sunday, June 16

“Sensational… Standout performance… Hardest swinging band at the Newport Jazz Festival” –Downbeat Magazine Django Reinhardt’s unmistakable cool and jumpin’ joie de vivre have made him an icon for an unlikely […]

July 2 — 7, 1 pm. 3:30 pm, and 7 pm

A waggish collection of Shakespeare’s stories and songs celebrating the heartbeat of the Bard’s words. For folks familiar with or new to Shakespeare, this limited run makes for a lively […]

July 13 – August 18

The Comedy of Errors takes over Shakespeare & Company’s outdoor mainstage this summer – The Bard’s fast-paced and farcical story of mistaken identities that begins with two sets of twins […]

July 25 – August 25

Anna lives an insular life on an underpopulated island in the Great Lakes. She has few friends and likes it that way. Her quiet, controlled world is turned upside down […]

August 3 – 25

Presented in association with Great Barrington Public Theater Two siblings, Sheila and Thomas, were both born and raised in a small, New England fishing village where they still live. This […]

August 21 – 25

The Winter’s Tale is an odyssey through a world where kingdoms collide, betrayal weaves its web, and love battles against all odds. Magic, mystery, and a man-eating bear feature as […]

August 30 – October 13

Golnar, a punkish Iranian-American millennial, returns home to her mother Nasrin for the anniversary of her father’s passing, and walks into hoards of family memorabilia that her grandmother Mamani has […]

August 27 – 29

Experience a play in its early stages, when possibilities are endless! Returning for its third year, Plays in Process offers a glimpse into the inner workings of play creation as […]

December 13 – 15

Emma Woodhouse prides herself on being a matchmaker with an impeccable track record, much to the chagrin of her dear friend Mr. Knightley. Her latest scheme revolves around the sweet […]

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Ways to save
Ways to Save

Shakespeare & Company is pleased to offer a variety of discounts and special offers in an effort to make the joy of live theater accessible to all, including FLEXpasses, Discounted Preview Performances, Senior Discounts, and more!

Group Bookings
Group Bookings
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Whether through Shakespeare & Company’s world-class productions, life-changing Education programs, or inspiring Training opportunities, our donors are enriching people’s lives through the power of live theater. In thanks, we offer a wide range of benefits ranging from advance announcements to special events. These perks include:

Cancellation and Ticket Refund Policy


Occasionally, the weather may affect your enjoyment of the performance outdoors at The Arthur S. Waldstein Amphitheatre or The Roman Garden Theatre. Most often the show will go on and, depending on the severity of the rain, will be performed as scheduled. If the weather may cause a safety risk for you, the performers, or the staff, the performance will be canceled. Refunds are not available for performances carried out during inclement weather. In the event of cancellation, the Box Office will email a link to a Google Form with the option to exchange for another performance, retain credit for a future performance, or process tickets as a charitable donation.

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