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Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks 2015

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Production Image 1

The Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks ensemble performs many of Shakespeare’s most memorable characters and scenes in Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits, adapted and directed by Dominic Missimi, touring free for all to 18 neighborhood parks across Chicago through August 16, 2015.

Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Production Image 2

Juliet (Emma Ladji) looks out over the balcony for her true love in an excerpt from Romeo and Juliet in the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits, adapted and directed by Dominic Missimi, touring free for all to 18 neighborhood parks across Chicago through August 16, 2015.

Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Macbeth (Colin Morgan) and Hamlet (Sean Parris) come face to face in the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits, adapted and directed by Dominic Missimi, touring free for all to 18 neighborhood parks across Chicago through August 16, 2015.

Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Phebe (Lillian Castillo) triumphantly makes her way through the audience after denying Silvius’ advances in an excerpt from As You Like It in the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits, adapted and directed by Dominic Missimi, touring free for all to 18 neighborhood parks across Chicago through August 16, 2015.

Photo by Liz Lauren.

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Enchanted by a spell, the Fairy Queen Titania (at right, Angela Ingersoll) awakes and falls in love with an ass, the transfigured Bottom (Steve O’Connell), as her fairy attendant (Emma Ladji) looks on in an excerpt from A Midsummer Night’s Dream in the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits, adapted and directed by Dominic Missimi, touring free for all to 18 neighborhood parks across Chicago through August 16, 2015.

Photo by Steve Leonard.

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Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks is made possible by a renewed civic and corporate partnership between Chicago Shakespeare Theater, the Chicago Park District, the City of Chicago, Boeing and BMO Harris Bank. (2nd row, at left) Boeing Director of Global Corporate Citizenship Michael Cassel, and (2nd row, from center to right) Amy Rule, CST Artistic Director Barbara Gaines, Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events Commissioner Michelle Boone and CST Executive Director Criss Henderson posed with the company after the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks performance at Steelworkers Park on Sunday, July 19, 2015.

Photo by Steve Leonard.

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Image 01

Image 01

Chicago’s favorite summer tradition, Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks brings Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits, free for all to audiences in 18 neighborhood parks throughout the city, July 17–August 16, 2015.

Photo by Julie Stanton. 

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Chicagoans of all ages enjoy Shakespeare’s timeless plays in Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks, which tours a FREE 75-minute production of Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits to 18 neighborhood parks on the city’s south, west and north sides, July 17–August 16, 2015.

Photo by Michael Litchfield. 

Announcement 01

Announcement 01

Mayor Rahm Emanuel (right), flanked by Chicago Shakespeare Theater artists Angela Ingersoll (left) and Tiffany Yvonne Cox (center), announces the more than 1000 free cultural events of the Chicago Park District’s Night Out in the Parks programming for 2015—including the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits, touring 24 performances free for all to 18 neighborhood parks, July 17–August 16, 2015.

Photo by Michael Brosilow.

Announcment 02

Announcment 02

Chicago Shakespeare Theater Artistic Director Barbara Gaines (second from left) and Mayor Rahm Emanuel (second from right) come together with Chicago Shakespeare Theater artists Angela Ingersoll (left) and Tiffany Yvonne Cox (right) to kick-off Night Out in the Parks for summer 2015, which includes the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks production of Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits, touring 24 performances free for all to 18 neighborhood parks, July 17–August 16, 2015.

Photo by Michael Brosilow.

Announcement 03

Announcement 03

Chicago Park District Superintendent and CEO Mike Kelly (left) and Mayor Rahm Emanuel (second from right) pose after the Night Out in the Parks announcement with Chicago Shakespeare Theater artists Tiffany Yvonne Cox (second from left) and Angela Ingersoll (right). The Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks tour of Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits will bring 24 free performances to 18 neighborhood parks, July 17–August 16, 2015.

Photo by Michael Brosilow.

 

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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

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