Thank you to our patrons, and all our friends in the artistic community for helping the BSF, as we work to help keep our community safe, and still keep Shakespeare alive.
The board of the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory have been closely monitoring the recommendations from state and national government regarding COVID-19. In order to protect the safety and well-being of our artists, staff and community members, Baltimore Shakespeare Factory has postponed our production of King Lear in Original Pronunciation which we had planned to open on April 3rd. We hope you will join us when we run this fantastic play this fall from October 30th-November 22nd.
We will also be moving our summer production of Much Ado About Nothing and our previously scheduled fall production of The Tragedy of Miriam to our 2021 season.
It is our sincerest hope that we see all your healthy smiling faces this summer at The Kestrel for All’s Well That Ends Well July 10th-August 2nd.
“…all these woes shall serve as sweet discourses in our time to come.” (Romeo and Juliet, Act 3, scene 5)