by William Shaksepeare
directed by Corinna Christman
Free in Nichols Park; performances start at 6pm
Political trouble at home? Banished by an irate ruler? Running from a plot against your life–cooked up by your own brother? Escape to the Forest of Arden, where you can kiss all your old troubles goodbye…and say hello to your new ones! Love is in the air, exiles roam free, and nobody is quite who they seem; but you know what they say, all’s well that ends well.
Founded in January of 2009, the Hyde Park Community Players is a non-profit, amateur, volunteer organization whose mission is to create compelling theatre by and for residents of the South Side. Read More »
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Since our founding in 2009, the Hyde Park Community Players have been putting on between 2-3 shows per season. Read More »
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