Saturday February 27 at 2 p.m.
Venue: 1750 29th Avenue, San Francisco, CA
Tickets: $15 General / $12 Seniors & Students
Buy tickets online here.
Tickets are also available at the door on the day, if the show is not sold out.
Special Group Discounts: $10 per person for groups of 10 or more.
Reservations must be made in advance and payment via check made out to “The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation” and mailed in to:
Attn: Hamlet Group Discount
The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation,
1750 29th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94122.
Please call (415) 564-2324 for details. The deadline to receive payment is Friday February 19, 2016.
About the play
Shakespeare’s ghostly tale of a prince whose royal family is disrupted by revenge and corruption is considered to be one of his finest commentaries on morality and the human condition. Set in the court of Denmark, this murder mystery features Shakespeare’s most famous soliloquy, ‘to be or not to be’ and other familiar text that will be readily recognized.
This one-hour touring staged production (with sets and props) boasts a cast of professional actors in costume and accompanied by live music. At the conclusion of the show the cast will stay to take questions from the audience. For information on the cast click here.
This is a great way to revisit or introduce the next generation to the genius of Shakespeare.
About Shakespeare on Tour
For over 25 years Shakespeare On Tour has traveled across the state bringing a fifty-five minute version of a Shakespeare play to thousands of students. Each fall and spring our touring troupe of actors arrive at hundreds of venues, bringing sets, props, costumes, and music to enliven their performance. The production is professionally directed and suitable for elementary students through adults. The tour visits more schools than any other theater group in the state; this year alone, the tour will present more than 200 performances to over 20,000 children!
Schools also receive a curriculum guide written by professional educators, with lesson plans designed to help teachers prepare their students to more fully appreciate the performance.
For additional information visit San Francisco Shakespeare Festival.