This offering of Shakespearean drama, draws more than 35,000 playgoers during its annual three-week run. Performances gaining ... More
Shakespeare on the Green
This offering of Shakespearean drama, draws more than 35,000 playgoers during its annual three-week run. Performances gaining critical acclaim have won patrons from all over. Even families toting picnic baskets, lawn chairs and bug spray descend on the grassy area in Elmwood Park just south of the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) to enjoy Elizabethan-style entertainment. This is one of Omaha's most popular summer events. All shows are free.
I love this event because it's free, it's outside and we always bring good food and friends. Honestly, I'm not a big Shakespeare fan. I usually have to read the overview so I can follow, but I love plays and they do very quality performances!!!
Shakesphere on the Green is enjoyable for any person. Each play brings out laughter and excitement. I would higly recommend this to others looking for something to do on a nice evening. It was an hour-long play. I really liked it.
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