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Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks 2017

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Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks tours Shakespeare’s timeless classic Romeo and Juliet, adapted and directed by Marti Lyons, FREE FOR ALL to 18 neighborhood parks across the city, July 26–August 27, 2017. (Pictured: Loyola Park). Photo by Julie Stanton.

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Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks tours Shakespeare’s timeless classic Romeo and Juliet, adapted and directed by Marti Lyons, FREE FOR ALL to 18 neighborhood parks across the city, July 26–August 27, 2017. (Pictured: Humboldt Park). Photo by Michael Litchfield.

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Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks tours Shakespeare’s timeless classic Romeo and Juliet, adapted and directed by Marti Lyons, FREE FOR ALL to 18 neighborhood parks across the city, July 26–August 27, 2017. (Pictured: Eckhart Park). Photo by Daniel Ribar. 

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Emma Ladji as Juliet and Nate Santana as Romeo in the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of Shakespeare’s timeless classic Romeo and Juliet, adapted and directed by Marti Lyons, touring FREE FOR ALL to 18 neighborhood parks across the city, July 26–August 27, 2017. Photo by Michael Brosilow. 

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Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks tours Shakespeare’s timeless classic Romeo and Juliet, adapted and directed by Marti Lyons, FREE FOR ALL to 18 neighborhood parks across the city, July 26–August 27, 2017. Pictured: Polk Bros Park on Navy Pier. Photo by Chuck Osgood. 

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It is love at first sight for Romeo (Nate Santana) and Juliet (Emma Ladji) in the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of Shakespeare’s timeless classic Romeo and Juliet, adapted and directed by Marti Lyons, FREE FOR ALL to 18 neighborhood parks across the city, July 26–August 27, 2017. Photo by Chuck Osgood.

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Romeo (Nate Santana) sneaks into the courtyard to greet Juliet (Emma Ladji) on her balcony in the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of Shakespeare’s timeless classic Romeo and Juliet, adapted and directed by Marti Lyons, FREE FOR ALL to 18 neighborhood parks across the city, July 26–August 27, 2017. Photo by Chuck Osgood.

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Surrounded by the audience, Romeo (Nate Santana) soliloquizes about his love for Juliet in the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of Shakespeare’s timeless classic Romeo and Juliet, adapted and directed by Marti Lyons, FREE FOR ALL to 18 neighborhood parks across the city, July 26–August 27, 2017. Photo by Chuck Osgood.

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Benvolio (at center, Shae Palic) attempts to keep the peace as violence breaks out on the streets of Verona between members of the Houses of the Montagues and Capulets (from left: Sam Pearson, Andrew Saenz and Edgar Miguel Sanchez) in the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of Shakespeare’s timeless classic Romeo and Juliet, adapted and directed by Marti Lyons, FREE FOR ALL to 18 neighborhood parks across the city, July 26–August 27, 2017. Photo by Chuck Osgood.

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Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks tours Shakespeare’s timeless classic Romeo and Juliet, adapted and directed by Marti Lyons, FREE FOR ALL to 18 neighborhood parks across the city, July 26–August 27, 2017. Pictured: Polk Bros Park on Navy Pier. Photo by Chuck Osgood.

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Actress Emma Ladji, who plays Juliet, greets audience members following the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks performance of Shakespeare’s timeless classic Romeo and Juliet, adapted and directed by Marti Lyons, FREE FOR ALL to 18 neighborhood parks across the city, July 26–August 27, 2017. Photo by Chuck Osgood.

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Alida Szabo
Director of Audience Development
aszabo@chicagoshakes.com

Hannah Kennedy
Public Relations Manager
hkennedy@chicagoshakes.com
Chicago Shakespeare Theater
Media Office
312.667.4968

Cathy Taylor
cathy@cathytaylorpr.com
Cathy Taylor Public Relations
773.564.9564

Chicago Shakespeare Theater
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800 East Grand Avenue
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