The Two Gentlemen of Verona
The performance on Saturday, July 27th at 8 p.m. is SOLD OUT!
Reserved Chairs -
Online reservations can be made up to four hours prior to the performance. A limited number of chairs will be available on-site for $40.00. Black out dates do apply.
Reserved chairs open for seating 90 minutes before curtain and must be claimed
30 minutes before curtain or risk being released.
All donations are NON-REFUNDABLE. We are happy to exchange chair reservations to a different evening IF the request is received at least 24 hours in advance or if the performance is cancelled due to inclement weather. Due to the high volume of reservations, CSC is not able to reschedule chairs if they go unclaimed.
The Safety of our audience and actors is our first priority. Rain storms tend to move quickly through our area. We will hold the show if we think it the rain will pass or cancel the show if the weather is severe. In case of heavy rain or lightening storms we will cancel the performance.
There are several ways to get the latest weather information: call the CSC weather hotline at 617-426-0863 ext. 6, check our website at www.commshakes.org, or follow Commonwealth Shakespeare Company on Facebook.
You may also text RainAlert to 55678 to sign up for CSC weather updates and cancellation information (standard messaging rates apply).
Commonwealth Shakespeare Company is dedicated to bringing the works of William Shakespeare in vital and contemporary productions to the people of Boston and to exploring Shakespeare’s plays with local youth in innovative and creative ways. Best known for its annual free performances on Boston Common, CSC also presents several free play-reading events during the year, including Theatre in the Rough, Shakespeare & the Law, and Shakespeare & Leadership. The Company fulfills its educational mission with training programs for pre-professional actors through its Summer Academy. Throughout the year, CSC partners with area schools and Boys & Girls Clubs to provide in and after-school theater activities to inner-city youth. Recent productions include Twelfth Night, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Coriolanus, and All’s Well That Ends Well (2012 Elliot Norton Award-winner for Best Production, Large Theater). CSC is the Theatre in residence at Babson College.