This summer, Driftwood Theatre’s production of Othello will reach 27 communities across Ontario. Most performances are by Pay-What-You-Can (PWYC) admission (suggested, $20) and a select number of performances will be FREE ADMISSION.
All performances begins at 7:30pm (come early to experience The Cyprus Project beginning at 6:30pm).
For information on how you can support Free Shakespeare in Ontario and get reserved seating for Othello, click here.
For a summary of all dates and locations, download our BBT2017 At A Glance PDF.
2017 Bard’s Bus Tour Schedule
(click on a location below to map it)
July 14: Dundas Driving Park, Hamilton. PWYC.
July 15: Parkwood Estate, Oshawa. PWYC (opening).
July 16: Thorn Lodge Park, Mississauga. FREE.
July 18: Celebration Square, Whitby. FREE.
July 19: Ingersoll Museum, Ingersoll. PWYC.
July 20: Civic Centre Park, Kitchener. PWYC.
July 21: Mann Raceway Plaza, St. Catharines. PWYC.
July 22: Visual Arts Centre, Bowmanville. PWYC.
July 23: Esplanade Park, Pickering. PWYC.
July 25: Leacock Museum, Orillia. PWYC.
July 26: Taylor Creek Park, Toronto. FREE.
July 27: Amos Waites Park, Toronto. FREE.
July 28: Parma Park, Toronto. FREE.
July 29: Withrow Park, Toronto. FREE.
July 30: Memorial Park (Little Ave), Toronto. FREE.
August 1: Guild Park, Toronto. FREE.
August 2: Thinkspot, Lowville (Burlington). PWYC.
August 3: Roswell Park, Courtice. PWYC.
August 4: Kawartha Settlers’ Village, Bobcaygeon. PWYC.
August 5: Memorial Park, Marmora. PWYC.
August 6: Peterborough Museum, Peterborough. FREE.
August 8: Trent Port Marina, Quinte West. PWYC.
August 9: Springer Market Square, Kingston. PWYC.
August 10: The Mill Pond, Bloomfield. FREE.
August 11: Victoria Park, Cobourg. PWYC.
August 12: Riverwood Park, Mississauga. FREE.
August 13: Scugog Shores Museum, Port Perry. PWYC.