Shakespeare in the Park: Quixote

Anthony L. Ramirez performs a scene during a dress rehearsal of playwright Octavio Solis' world premiere adaptation of "Quixote."

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Adapted by nationally recognized playwright Octavio Solis and directed by Spanish director Gustavo Tambascio, this performance will celebrate the shared legacy anniversary of William Shakespeare and Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes. Set in present day West Texas, this Spanish classic receives a Texas makeover designed to celebrate our rich cultural landscape.

Patrons are welcome to bring in food, beer/wine (no hard liquor). Food vendors will be on site. Lawn chairs are allowed in certain sections. Bring your own or rent a chair for $5 ($8 for 2). No pets.

6:45 p.m. - Members Only entrance time
7 p.m. - Entry time for Advance ticket holders
7:30 p.m. - General Admission ticket sales open
8:15 p.m. - Show begins
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