Speaking strictly Shakespeare, playing in rep this summer will be Macbeth (which has already started its run! 2/13 - 11/1):
in the Angus Bowmer Theatre;
All's Well That Ends Well (6/30 - 11/1):
"The path to bliss is uncertain when you try to make somebody love you. Helena wants Bertram, but Bertram isn't interested in her. Can Helena's determination and clever trickery lead to a happily-ever-after?.."
in the New Theatre;
Henry VIII (6/2 - 10/9):
and, Much Ado About Nothing (6/4 - 10/11):
"When WWII Italian resistance soldiers stop to rest at Leonato's villa, there's courtship of all kinds. While Beatrice and Benedick hide their infatuation beneath witty barbs, Hero and Claudio race to the altar. Enter the malcontent Don John, bent on ruining the wedding. He nearly succeeds, but not before Beatrice and Benedick finally tell each other how they really feel..."
both on the outdoor Elizabethan Stage.
In a Jacobean-related world premiere, Equivocation (4/15 - 10/31):
"What if the government commissioned you to write the definitive history (make that a self-serving lie) of a national crisis? What story would you tell? Welcome to London, 1605, and the world of King James, the Gunpowder Plot, and the Tower dungeons, as William Shakespeare and his theatre company struggle to create a play to please the king and not lose their hearts, souls, or heads in the process..."
will also be at the Bowmer. And there's more, lot's more. OSF productions are always outstanding, and the venue is delightful. I'll see you there.