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Posted on: July 8, 2015

[ARCHIVED] - Shakespeare on the Green: Classic Plays Head Outdoors -

During the summer months, Seattle Shakespeare Company presents free, outdoor productions of classic plays performed in parks throughout the Puget Sound region.

In Issaquah, performances start at 7 p.m. on the Issaquah Community Center lawn, 301 Rainier Blvd. S. Bring a picnic and enjoy these free outdoor performances!

July 9

"Henry IV, Part I"

While his father, King Henry IV, confronts threats at home and abroad, Prince Hal drinks and cavorts in the taverns with his friend, the drunkard Sir John Falstaff. Rebellion quickly leads to war and young Hal must face his duties to family and throne. Filled with mischievous revelry and exhilarating battles, this engaging story of fathers and sons is one of Shakespeare’s most thrilling epics.

July 30

"As You Like It"

Exiled from their home and disguised to avoid attention, Rosalind and Ceila seek refuge in the secluded forest of Arden. Once there, the witty pair get caught up in the romantic tangles of the locals and find their own love interests as well. Rosalind’s disguise as a man gives her a new found freedom, but it’s not without its complications to be sure. This is Shakespeare’s sparkling romantic comedy in which lessons of love are learned by all.

Shakespeare on the Green is presented by the City of Issaquah Arts Commission and 4Culture.

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