Shakespeare Walla Walla presents "The Winter's Tale" by William Shakespeare - performed at the Whitman College Outdoor Amphitheater with FREE performances on July 28, 29, and 30, beginning at 7:00 p.m. Seating is festival-style on the lawn. Blankets are recommended. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. Picnic dinners are encouraged.
Shakespeare's dramatic tale of madness and compassion, loss and reconciliation, and the conquering spirit of love, presented in a witty, sparkling, modern adaptation. Set in 1950s and 60s America, "The Winter's Tale" tells the tale of Leontes, a great man who banishes his family wrongfully, and is taught the meaning of forgiveness through the inspired plan of a wise, loyal woman. Set outdoors in the beautiful Whitman College Amphitheater, under the stars.
Tim Golden, Brandon Pierce, Kathryn Bogley, Kathleen McKeegan, Clint Bidwell, Kristina Roy, Lud Ca Brito, Sara Staven, Micah Hall, Jordon Calhoun, Jeremy Reed, Abigail Wissink, Rande Moss, Thomas R Beebe, and Theo Gryler.
Parking in the Whitman College Baker St. parking lot, between S Park St. & E Isaacs Ave. Street parking on Stanton St., University St., and the surrounding area.
Please note: E Isaacs Ave. is closed for reconstruction between the Rose St. intersection and N. Clinton St.
From downtown Walla Walla, head east on Boyer Ave. from the 5-way intersection at E Main St. & S Palouse St. Parking may be found by turning left on S Park St. and then turning right into the Baker St. parking area. Limited parking may also be found by turning left on Stanton St. and right on University St. The performance will be in the Whitman College Amphitheater just off the corner of Stanton St & University St.