RECENT NEWS & UPDATES
Visionary Artist, Teacher, and Producer: Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival Founder Rev. Gerard J. Schubert, OSFS, Dies December 6, 2015
The visionary founder of the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival (PSF), Rev. Gerard J. Schubert, OSFS, died Sunday, December 6 at the Oblates of Saint Francis DeSales retirement complex in Childs, MD.
25th Anniversary Season: A Celebration of Love and Shakespeare at Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival
Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew, Julius Caesar, and Love’s Labour’s Lost, plus the Romeo and Juliet-inspired musical West Side Story will be featured in the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival’s 25th anniversary season, running June 3 through August 7, 2016.
Extraordinary Attendance and Productions at Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival This Summer Prepares Company for 25th Anniversary Season in 2016
Center Valley, PA – With landmark attendance, ticket revenues exceeding $1,000,000 for the first time, a 45% increase in subscriptions and a main stage production playing to 103% capacity, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival's 24th season closed Sunday, August 2.
Vision 2030: A World Class PSF
The mission of Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival is to enrich, inspire, engage, and entertain the widest possible audience through first-rate professional productions of classical and contemporary plays, with a core commitment to the works of Shakespeare and other master dramatists, and through an array of educational outreach and mentorship programs.
Vision 2030: A Patron's Experience
The year is 2030. And it's a beautiful summer day. You live an hour and a half to the south of the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, and you prepare to make your annual pilgrimage to PSF, which has emerged as the highlight of your year for a number of years now. You check to make sure you have your tickets, booked online back in November. You learned the hard way a few years back how quickly the performances sell out due to the ever-growing popularity of the Festival in the Mid-Atlantic region.