As a lead-up to our Main Stage production, we invite the St. Louis community to participate in a marathon celebration of Shakespeare’s 38 plays. Since the first year, SHAKE 38 has grown from a 38-hour performance by 200 artists to a five-day event attracting over 1,500 artists from across the region and dozens of diverse community partners.
From performances on rooftops to bars to coffee shops to street corners, only one rule exists: Make the play happen any way you see fit.
SHAKE 38 – 2015
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Comedy — As You Like It / The Comedy of Errors / Love’s Labour’s Lost / The Merry Wives of Windsor / A Midsummer Night’s Dream / Much Ado About Nothing / The Taming of the Shrew / The Tempest / Twelfth Night / The Two Gentlemen of Verona / The Two Noble Kinsmen
Tragedy — Antony and Cleopatra / Coriolanus / Hamlet / Julius Caesar / King Lear / Macbeth / Othello / Romeo and Juliet / Titus Andronicus
History — Henry IV, Pt 1 / Henry IV, Pt 2 / Henry V / Henry VI, Pt 1 / Henry VI, Pt 2 / Henry VI, Pt 3 / Henry VIII / King John / Richard II / Richard III
Problem Plays / Romances — All’s Well That Ends Well / Cymbeline / Measure for Measure / Pericles, Prince of Tyre / The Merchant of Venice / Timon of Athens / Troilus and Cressida / The Winter’s Tale
Family Friendly — These SHAKE 38 performances have been deemed appropriate for individuals of all ages and families.
VIEW ALL — Browse all SHAKE 38 performances by date.
Saint Louis University and Shakespeare Festival St. Louis are calling students to share their poetic voice. Using quotes and ideas from Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure and all styles of poetry, spoken word, and hip-hop we invite you to tell us what Justice and Equality means to you. Learn how to take part at SHAKE38.com.
Join the global conversation on Shakespeare at Shake38.com.
SHAKE 38 Producer Kristin Rion at firstname.lastname@example.org.