Shakespeare in Delaware Park

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Shakespeare in Delaware Park

A Buffalo summer tradition since 1976, Shakespeare in Delaware Park has been thrilling local audiences with world-class theatrical productions. It is the country's second most successful outdoor Shakespeare festival in terms of audience, attracting an average of 50,000 patrons each summer. Only New York City draws more attendance for a FREE Shakespeare festival. Our festival takes place in a historic park designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, father of landscape architecture, and the nation's foremost parkmaker. Behind the Park's rose garden stands our grand Tudor-Style stage on a sweeping hill of green. In this beautiful setting under the stars, Shakepeare's stories live on to explore the truths of the human heart; tragedy, jealousy, foolishness, passion, laughter, and love.

 King Lear - Click here for cast listing 

Join us for Arts in the Park on Friday June 27, 2008!

Arts in the Park

Back steps of the Albright-Knox  5:00-8:00 p.m.

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A family event with music, wings and weck! Find out what Buffalo's many arts and cultural organizations are cooking up this season, take in an art show or two, take a tour - have fun! Then walk over to Shakespeare in the Park, enjoy in Gusto at the Gallery, or just take a stroll around the lake!

Shakespeare in Delaware Park

 

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Lisa Hill
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It sounds like Buffalo is alive and kicking. So I guess what the rest of the country is experiening in the real estate market hasn't hit you as much?

May 14, 2008 05:22 PM #1
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Laura Warden
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Wow, Colleen,

It's great to see you post about Shakespeare in the Park. I have fond memories of the shows there in the 70's and 80's when I lived in the area. And my daughter is actually the fight choreographer for this upcoming King Lear production, so I was especially excited to see it promoted in your blog!

When I followed your link for the cast of King Lear (great idea linking to the cast list!) I was astonished to see that one of the cast members is an old college friend from Niagara University, Tom Zindle... Break a leg, Tom and all the rest of the King Lear cast!

May 14, 2008 06:37 PM #2
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Colleen Kulikowski
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Lisa -- we are one of the top 10 real estate markets in the country...  

Laura -- I interned summer of 1986 on Shakespeare in the Park, so it has a special place in my heart...   If you get a chance to come to Buffalo June 26-29 there is a huge celebration here in Buffalo!

 

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