Summer Shakespeare: Cymbeline
by William Shakespeare. Follow Princess Imogen on a magical journey filled with unbelievable characters. With her lover banished and family torn apart, Imogen sets out on an adventure to reclaim their love and reconcile the family. Forbidden love, mistaken identities, banishment, and a magic potion— Shakespeare combines multiple styles in this endlessly inventive fairy tale. Directed by Leah Lowe
FREE General Admission ($10 Suggested Donation per Person). Bring a blanket or chair to sit on. Blankets can sit closest to the stage, bleachers provided in the rear. Blanket space is lmited, so arrive early for best availability.
Food & beverages available on site, or bring your own picnic. Certain alcoholic beverages available at the Avo bar benefit Nashville Shakespeare Festival. No outside alcohol permitted.
Want guaranteed seating or a premium experience?
$100 Royal Package includes reserved seating, reserved parking, and a gourmet picnic dinner. A portion of the ticket is tax-deductible.
$40 Noble Seating includes reserved seat only.
5:30pm – Food vendors open & “Insight” featuring scholars from local universities in Sump Coffee.
6:00pm – Pre-show entertainment featuring Nashville musicians and entertainers.
7:00pm – Curtain
Weather Policy: Royal or Noble tickets: email us at email@example.com or call 615-852-6732 to reschedule your tickets at no additional charge. We will also email you if your night is cancelled.
Visiting Nashville or Staycationing?
Give yourself the Ultimate Royal Package experience with a hotel stay at Element Hotel on the premises! Use this link to receive a discounted rate that also benefits the Nashville Shakespeare Festival.
The Nashville Shakespeare Festival is a professional theatre company founded in 1988. Heralded as a Nashville treasure, the NSF is beloved for its annual FREE Summer Shakespeare productions that have delighted audiences for 34 years. The Nashville Shakespeare Festival also operates year-round educational programs, and an annual indoor Winter Shakespeare production at the Troutt Theater on the Belmont University Campus.