DISCOVER OUR 2019 SEASON
Our 30th Anniversary Season runs from June 5 to September 21, 2019, with four productions on two stages.
The Taming of the Shrew, inspired by Bard’s 2007 Wild-West production, a hilarious runaway hit, plays in repertory on the BMO Mainstage, along with the Elizabethan-era romantic comedy, Shakespeare in Love. The Howard Family Stage is home to two innovative new productions: Shakespeare’s All’s Well That Ends Well, set in India and sparked with south-Asian music and dance, and Coriolanus, a no-holds-barred political tragedy filled with resonance for our time. Says Bard Artistic Director Christopher Gaze: “Our 30th Season is designed to be a delight for patrons, old and new. We’ve programmed entertaining options for all, from the most loyal Shakespeare fans to those who’ve never experienced a play at Bard before.”
Change in scheduling pattern in 2019: The two plays on the Howard Family Stage will be staged consecutively. All’s Well That Ends Well runs from June 26 – August 11, and Coriolanus runs from August 21 – September 15. The two BMO Mainstage plays will run in repertory as usual, throughout the summer.