Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival’s “Play On!” Community Tour Performs Free June 2 to June 18 with Sponsorships from Air Products and Crayola
Center Valley, PA: May 21, 2023—Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival is pleased to announce its partnership with Air Products and Crayola to support its free performances for the upcoming “Play On!” Community Tour. As previously announced, the tour will present William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream in libraries, parks, and community centers throughout the region June 2 to June 18. Patrons can attend these performances for free thanks to the Sponsors Air Products and Crayola, as well as the Co-sponsor Joanne Hartshorne.
“With great partnerships we accomplish great things. Air Products and Crayola’s sponsorship of this first-ever tour is a fantastic gift for our community. It means that people across the Valley can experience PSF’s work at no cost in their own backyard,” says Jason King Jones Artistic Director.
The following locations will host the production on tour:
- Downtown Allentown, ArtsWalk Pocket Park | Friday, June 2, 12:30pm
- Easton Farmer’s Market, Scott Park | Saturday, June 3, 11:00am
- Allentown Arts Park, Lehigh Valley Children’s Festival | Saturday, June 3, 2:00pm
- National Museum of Industrial History, Bethlehem | Sunday, June 4, 1:00pm
- Allentown Public Library | Tuesday, June 6, 6:00pm
- Bucks County Courthouse Lawn, Brown Bag-It with the Arts | Wednesday, June 7, 12:00pm
- James Lutheran Church, Coopersburg | Thursday, June 8, 6:00pm
- George School, Newtown | Sunday, June 11, 4:00pm
- Moravian Village, Bethlehem | Tuesday, June 13, 11:00am
- Bethlehem Area Public Library | Wednesday, June 14, 6:00pm
- Hills at Lockridge, Lower Macungie Township | Thursday, June 15, 6:00pm
- Peddler’s Village, Lahaska | Saturday, June 17, 2:00pm
(Other Touring Locations, TBD)
More details will be shared in upcoming announcements, on social media, and at pashakespeare.org.
The 2023 Season Sponsors are Yvonne Payne and Edward Spitzer. The Associate Season Sponsors are Douglas Dykhouse, Linda Lapos and Paul Wirth, Kathleen Kund Nolan and Timothy E. Nolan, The Szarko Family, and the Harry C. Trexler Trust.