For its 2013 season, the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival offers a production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, one of Shakespeare's hilarious comedies presented in a more modern setting. In addition, there will be performances by a wide variety of artists participating in the Monday Night Showcase at Sand Harbor. The Festival begins on Friday, July 12, and there will be something going on every evening through season's end on August 25.
Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park, site of the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival.
Photo © Stan White
Besides Shakespeare and the music on Monday nights, the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival presents a number of activities for children. There is even a shuttle from Incline Village so you can enjoy the Festival without the parking hassles at Sand Harbor and a late night drive around the lake. Get all the information about the schedule, tickets, and other activities from my "Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival" article.
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