Come see the second show of Season 22,
starting August 2!

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June 7-9 & 14-16

Get ready for a thrilling performance of Shakespeare’s iconic tragedy, Hamlet, presented by Syracuse Shakespeare-in-the-Park! Our production will embrace the magic of the Thornden Park Amphitheater, transforming the natural environment into the captivating world of Elsinore Castle.


July 8th to July 12th

A week of learning the art of rehearsing, costuming, and performing an actual Shakespearean play – The Two Gentlemen of Verona. A time-honored tradition in Syracuse – sponsored by the Syracuse Teachers Association

The Two Gentlemen of Verona

August 2-4 & 9-11

Dive into a whirlwind of romance and betrayal this August as Syracuse Shakespeare-in-the-Park presents The Two Gentlemen of Verona at Thornden Park Amphitheater. This delightful comedy, brimming with Shakespeare’s signature wit and youthful exuberance, promises a captivating evening under the summer sky.


Syracuse Shakespeare-In-The-Park, known for its vibrant and engaging performances, has been a staple in the local arts scene, captivating audiences year after year. out productions offer not just entertainment, but also a chance for community members to connect with the arts in an accessible, open air-setting that truly brings Shakespeare’s words to life.

Syracuse Shakespeare-In-The-Park (SSITP) is a beloved Central New York non-profit organization dedicated to bringing the works of William Shakespeare to life for the community [1]. Founded on the principles of artistic excellence and accessibility, SSITP produces professional-quality, free Shakespearean productions every summer.

Held annually at the picturesque Thornden Park Amphitheater, SSITP’s productions present Shakespeare’s timeless plays in a captivating outdoor setting. With a focus on period costumes and a commitment to the power of the Bard’s words, SSITP’s talented cast and crew breathe new life into these classic stories.

As a 501(c)(3) organization, SSITP relies on the generosity of patrons to continue its mission of enriching the cultural landscape of Syracuse. Donations allow them to offer free admission to all performances, making Shakespeare accessible to a broad audience. SSITP also fosters educational outreach programs, introducing students and seniors to the beauty and complexity of Shakespeare’s work.

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