Free Shakespeare at the Foundry Wharf.
Aug 25-Sept 9
Fridays 7pm, Sat & Sun 3pm

It's not easy being King. Henry has his hands full with civil strife, a plot to over throw his rule and a son he cannot respect. From the sleazy tavern to the regal court, Henry IV, Part 1 runs the gamut from troubled family life to epic stories of bravery: fathers and sons, kings and princes, honor and revenge... culminating in a battle royale. Relax by the Petaluma river and enjoy a Shakespeare classic!

 

Foundry Wharf, 2nd & H Streets, Petaluma

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Be King and Queen for a day!

Sit above the crowd on thrones built for a king and queen while enjoying a complimentary bottle of wine and service throughout the performance. Special ticket: $100 (for two). There’s only one opportunity per performance so choose your day to rise above the ordinary!

We only have three dates left!

Sunday, August 27 @3pm
Sunday, Sept. 3 @3pm
Saturday, Sept. 4 @3pm

Call 707-364-8667 to reserve your thrones!

Our mission is to make Shakespeare and the performing arts available to everyone regardless of age, ethnicity, financial status or level of education.

Why Free: PSC’s mission is to make the performing arts available to everyone regardless of age, ethnicity, financial status or level of education. Our goal is to encourage broad participation in the arts and make the arts an active part of community life here in Petaluma.

Why Shakespeare: The timeless appeal of Shakespeare’s plays reveal truths about the range of human emotions that still resonates today. His profoundly eloquent language explores love, jealousy, growing older and much more that encompasses the human condition.

Why by the River: Just as theaters in Shakespeare’s time were open to the sky, our performances by the river make the art and artistry more accessible to all. Performing in public space allows us all to feel welcome and that reminds us that art is a part of our everyday lives. A mini globe theater by the Petaluma River is a lofty goal, but who knows?

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