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Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Shakespeare's "Cymbeline" interpreted 8/11/13

44th Annual Shakespeare-in-the-Parks presents
a FREE interpreted performance of

by William Shakespeare

Sunday, August 11th at 
3:00 pm
Washington Park* (see more information below)

*click on the play's title to visit SparkNotes for information about the play, including a summary, character list, scene by scene description, and more*

*LOCATION information: Washington Park at  SW Washington Way, in the lower park, just North of  the Holocaust Memorial. The play is NOT at the amphitheater, but at site 2 on this map



  1. Where will the interpreter be? Is there reserved seating for Deaf patrons?

  2. Hi, Redjen - I don't know where the interpreters will be placed. But I do know that this theatre company is good about giving the interpreters an appropriate placement. And I've been told that they generally save some space for Deaf patrons in the appropriate area.

    And you should arrive early enough to get the best seats!

    Enjoy :-)