The first-ever Shakespeare at Fenway, celebrating Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s 20th Anniversary season, is set for Friday, September 19. Founding Artistic Director Steve Maler has cast an amazing starting line-up of local and national celebrities for an evening of the Best of the Bard in scenes and songs. Gates open at 6:30pm and performance at 7:30pm. Ticket are “All Star” – $35 (Preferred Seating) and MVP – $125 (Priority Seating & Post-Show Reception with the Cast). Visit the Shakespeare at Fenway page at commshakes.org for more information on how to purchase tickets or go directly to www.redsox.com/shakespeare
Mike O’Malley (Glee, Shameless), Neal McDonough (Captain America, Suits), Kerry O’Malley (CSC’s Twelfth Night, Those Who Kill), James Waterston (CSC’s Othello, Dead Poets Society)
Peter Cambor (CSC’s Two Gentlemen of Verona, NCIS: LA), Jason Butler Harner (CSC’s Romeo and Juliet, Non-Stop, The Blacklist), Zuzanna Szadkowski (The Knick, Girls, Gossip Girl), Christian Coulson (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, The Hours), Bianca Amato (Arcadia, The Coast of Utopia), Max von Essen (Evita, An American in Paris), Larry Coen (CSC’s Two Gentlemen of Verona), Will Lebow (Act One, CSC’s All’s Well That Ends Well), Paul Melendy (CSC’s As You Like It, It’s A Horrible Life), Marianna Bassham (CSC’s Twelfth Night), Rupak Ginn (Royal Pains, CSC’s Henry V) m Kersti Bryan (CSC’s All’s Well That Ends Well), Rick Park (CSC’s Two Gentleman of Verona), Jenna Augen (CSC’s Two Gentleman of Verona), Jay O. Sanders (CSC’s Macbeth, Law & Order: Criminal Intent), Maryann Plunkett (House of Cards, Law & Order), and Seth Gilliam (CSC’s Othello, Walking Dead).
Commonwealth Shakespeare Company is the resident theater company of Babson College and located in Wellesley.
Shakespeare At Fenway has received generous support from The Boston Globe, Babson College, and The Boston Foundation
Event Location: Fenway Park
4 Yawkey Way, Boston, Massachusetts, 02215
$35.00 Preferred Seating