Humber River Shakespeare Presents “AS YOU LIKE IT”

Humber River Shakespeare presents AS YOU LIKE IT

Humber River Shakespeare
presents
As You Like It

 

Humber River Shakespeare is currently touring its outdoor production of As You Like It.

In this enchanting and witty comedy, a well matched pair of lovers, both banished, seek refuge in the Forest of Arden. Only one complication prevents their love from flourishing: the lovesick Rosalind is disguised as a man. As she teaches Orlando how to woo, her frustration yields to high comedy in this tale of cross-dressing, mistaken identity, poetry, song, humor, and shrewd observations about love, marriage, fate, and human nature.

For full touring details, including all Toronto performances please click here.

All performances are Pay What You Can with a suggested donation of $15/person.

Bring your blanket or lawn chair, a picnic, and enjoy theatre under the stars!

 

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What an incredibly talented group of actors. From top to bottom, all the performances were stellar.

– Jean, audience member in Bolton

Thank you for returning again to Schomberg. Shakespeare outdoors is the most enjoyable way to see these plays. I look forward to your visit every year!

– Clare, audience member in Schomberg

I’ve stayed away from seeing Shakespeare for years…I never got it.  But after seeing your production I can’t wait to see your show next year. A wonderful experience and a great way to spend the evening.

– James, audience member in Aurora

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