Mark your calendar for July 11-14 and 18-21 and experience Stratford-upon-Carlin (Park... that is)
The Palm Beach Shakespeare Festival is proud to present another enchanting summer of Shakespeare under the stars. The 29th year of Shakespeare by the Sea brings the timeless take of star-crossed lovers with “Romeo and Juliet.”
For two weekends in July (Thursday through Sunday, July 11-14 and July 18-21), audience members are invited to BYOB (bring their own blanket), beach chair, picnic basket (or enjoy food truck concessions) to these free, outdoor, professional theater performances at the Seabreeze Amphitheater in Carlin Park, Jupiter.
Time: Gates open at 6:30pm. Shows begin at 8pm.
Bring: Beach chair, blanket, picnic basket.
Enjoy: Offerings from food trucks.
No cost: Free admission
Location: Carlin Park, Seabreeze Amphitheater
750 South A1A, Jupiter, FL
About the Palm Beach Shakespeare Festival
From 1988-1990, the PBSF founders produced events in association with the Chamber Theatre of the Palm Beaches and Young Audiences of Palm Beach County. Their success led to the formation of the Shakespeare Festival in January 1990. Their premiere production was in March, featuring Shakespeare’s MACBETH at the Duncan Theatre, Palm Beach Community College, West Palm Beach campus, with Burt Reynolds as Honorary Chairman.
In September 1990, PBSF moved to Carlin Park, Jupiter, and premiered Shakespeare by the Sea: A Renaissance Festival and PIay-in-the-Park, featuring Shakespeare’s comedy, TWELFTH NIGHT. The event attracted over 10,000 people in one weekend. Shakespeare By The Sea has continued as an annual event.
Visit Carlin Park Anytime of the Year
The Seabreeze Amphitheater in Carlin Park features live music, special events and the annual Shakespeare by the Sea. It is also one of the largest beach parks in The Palm Beaches, great for picnics and family fun.
Make a day of it!
While in Jupiter, be sure to stop and shop at Harbourside Place, you’ll enjoy outstanding food flavors, specialty stores and revel in Intracoastal Waterway views. For even more incredible vistas of The Palm Beaches and Atlantic Ocean, climb atop historic Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. Take in sights of boats traveling through the inlet, easy-going manatees, and kayakers on the National Wild and Scenic Loxahatchee River.
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