Shakespeare in the Park This Week - 'As You Like It'

Brand new Georgia Shakespeare production premiers this week in Piedmont Park.

Courtesy Georgia Shakespeare Facebook
Courtesy Georgia Shakespeare Facebook
Patch Staff Report

Kickoff your summer and rediscover Shakespeare in the Park.

As You Like It is a brand new production premiering at Shakespeare in the Park! Kick back and relax with Will Shakes on the Piedmont Park lawn for a night of merriment. Several of Shakespeare’s most famous songs will be reimagined into live bluegrass music – the perfect accompaniment to a summer evening! Join us for one of Altanta’s most beloved cultural events, set in Piedmont Park.

Live music will be featured before the show begins each night! Take a look at the current schedule.

Tickets are on sale now. Get a lawn ticket for $10, or secure a reserved table for six with premium seating for $250.

For more details about the show and Georgia Shakespeare, visit this website.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What time should I arrive?
    The grounds open at 6 p.m., 90 minutes prior to the 7:30pm performance start. Arriving early will allow you to secure a good spot on the lawn, as well as give you plenty of time to enjoy your picnic and our pre-show musical performances.

  • How do I get tickets?
    There are several ticket options for Shakespeare in the Park. You can buy tickets right now by clicking on the 'buy tickets' link to the left ($10 for general admission lawn tickets or $250 for a reserved table of 6 with premium seating). There will also be a Ticket Giveaway on Saturday, May 17th. FREE tickets will be distributed at the Piedmont Park Green Market starting at 9am (limited number available). Free tickets will also be available ONLINE starting at 9am on May 17th. Simply go through our ticketing system to purchase a Shakespeare in the Park ticket, and choose the FREE option. Your wristband will be mailed to you. Free tickets are limited to 600 per performance and are expected to run out quickly.

  • I got free tickets, but I lost my wristbands. What should I do?
    We are unable to replace lost wristbands for free tickets. Wristbands are different colors for each specific night. Only the colored wristbands for a particular evening will be honored on that evening. (Ex: if Wednesday night's color is red, we are not able to honor red wristbands on Friday night.)


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