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As You Like It at The Shakespeare Theatre's Outdoor Stage

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The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s enormously popular annual summer venue for family theatre under-the-stars will transform into the Forest of Arden as the Theatre presents its Outdoor Stage production of William Shakespeare’s comedy As You Like It at the amphitheatre on the campus of the College of Saint Elizabeth in Morris Township.  This replica of an ancient Greek theatre nestled into the hillside of the bucolic campus offers a theatrical event unique on the East Coast.  As You Like It continues through July 28th.  Performances are Tuesdays through Sundays at 8:15 p.m. with additional twilight shows on Sundays at 4:30 p.m.  Tickets range from $28 to $33 for adults; tickets for ages 18 and under and students are $15.  Children under age five go for free.  For tickets or more information, call 973-408-5600 or visit ShakespeareNJ.org.  The amphitheater is located on the campus of the College of St. Elizabeth, 2 Convent Road in Morris Township.  Pictured:  (front, center) Benjamin Stirling as Charles, a champion wrestler takes on Orlando played by Matthew Simpson while (l to r) Rosalind played by Caralyn Kozlowski and Celia played by Maria Tholl look on.   Photo: ©James Morey, The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey

 

STNJ_AYLI_3927 -- The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s enormously popular annual summer venue for family theatre under-the-stars will transform into the Forest of Arden as the Theatre presents its Outdoor Stage production of William Shakespeare’s comedy As You Like It at the amphitheatre on the campus of the College of Saint Elizabeth in Morris Township.  This replica of an ancient Greek theatre nestled into the hillside of the bucolic campus offers a theatrical event unique on the East Coast.  As You Like It continues through July 28th.  Performances are Tuesdays through Sundays at 8:15 p.m. with additional twilight shows on Sundays at 4:30 p.m.  Tickets range from $28 to $33 for adults; tickets for ages 18 and under and students are $15.  Children under age five go for free.  For tickets or more information, call 973-408-5600 or visit ShakespeareNJ.org.  The amphitheater is located on the campus of the College of St. Elizabeth, 2 Convent Road in Morris Township.  Pictured:  Matthew Simpson plays Orlando who falls in love with Rosalind played by Caralyn Kozlowski.  Photo: ©James Morey, The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey

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STNJ_AYLI_4075 -- The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s enormously popular annual summer venue for family theatre under-the-stars will transform into the Forest of Arden as the Theatre presents its Outdoor Stage production of William Shakespeare’s comedy As You Like It at the amphitheatre on the campus of the College of Saint Elizabeth in Morris Township.  This replica of an ancient Greek theatre nestled into the hillside of the bucolic campus offers a theatrical event unique on the East Coast.  As You Like It continues through July 28th.  Performances are Tuesdays through Sundays at 8:15 p.m. with additional twilight shows on Sundays at 4:30 p.m.  Tickets range from $28 to $33 for adults; tickets for ages 18 and under and students are $15.  Children under age five go for free.  For tickets or more information, call 973-408-5600 or visit ShakespeareNJ.org.  The amphitheater is located on the campus of the College of St. Elizabeth, 2 Convent Road in Morris Township.  Pictured:  (l to r) Rosalind played by Caralyn Kozlowski and Celia played by Maria Tholl.   

Photo: ©James Morey, The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey 

 

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