Houston Shakespeare Festival in Houston

The annual Houston Shakespeare Festival is a unique collaboration between the city of Houston and its university. Dedicated to the work of William Shakespeare, the festival organisers describe the bard as "the greatest playwright in our civilization's history". The performances all take place at Miller Outdoor Theatre in Hermann Park. They are free to the public, although tickets are required for seating in the covered area at the theatre
Miller Outdoor Theatre. 100 Concert Drive Hermann Park
2008-07-01 -to- 2008-08-31
Annual | TBC. The festival usually takes place across late Jul and early Aug
Free, except for the covered seating area where tickets are required
The Miller Outdoor Theatre is located in Hermann Park, just south of the Museum of Natural Science and the Houston Garden Center
Houston Shakespeare Festival
+1 (713) 743 3003
Via website

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