A Midsummer Night’s Dream April 17-19, 2015
Capital City Amphitheater at Cascades Park

Call for Volunteers


Be a part of history in the making. The Southern Shakespeare Festival is back and we need you! Whether your specialty is meeting and greeting the public, building a set, helping theatergoers to their seats, sewing costumes, selling merchandise, taking surveys, or working backstage, we want you to be part of the magic in this– our FIRST of many years to come (you can say you were there from the start!). And all of our volunteers will get to see and ENJOY the show! After all, it is simply TOO great to be missed! Be sure to click here to see how you can help!

What’s ‘Shakin’


Gala Regaled

It was a blast! The Southern Shakespeare Festival’s Inaugural Groovin’ Gala brought Peace, Love and Macro-mayhem to all that hung out at Mint Lounge/Versailles on Saturday, January 31. Haven’t seen that much hair since Woodstock, as most participants took the 60s costume…

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WFSU Perspectives: Shakespeare Festival

Tallahassee’s 2015 Southern Shakespeare Festival culminates with performances of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” the weekend of April 17. But much more takes place throughout the community between now and then.

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Steve On Guitar

Musical Mystery Tour: The Grateful Bard

Steve Hodges, the Musical Director for Southern Shakespeare, and I had half a million meetings to find just the right music for our 60s rendition of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. And it’s been a nostalgic…

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