A Christmas Carol Radio Play
December 12th - 14th, 2014                         

After last year’s success, TSF is pleased to announce the return of our unique holiday production of Charles Dickens’ world-famous story, A Christmas Carol. This radio play version will be presented as an on-air radio show, featuring TSF actors, live music and sound effects, and will be re-broadcast on the radio.   Read more!

The 2015 Summer Season


A Midsummer Night's Dream
June 25th - July 25th, 2015 

Shakespeare's most famous comedy, performed every day of the year somewhere in the world. Touched with magic and loaded with laughs, it is considered one of the ten most brilliant comedies ever written. A Midsummer Night's Dream played to capacity houses in 1986 when it was the first play produced by the Texas Shakespeare Festival.         
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The Nerd 
June 26th - July 25th, 2015

The Nerd is a modern American comedy written by Larry Shue, who also wrote The Foreigner which was a huge success in the Festival's 2013 season. Along with The Foreigner, The Nerd is one of the most frequently-produced comedies of the American theatre, guaranteed to elicit almost-endless laughter from its audience. The title character is one of the funniest roles ever written, and one that is impossible to forget. If you enjoyed The Foreigner or Noises Off, you will love The NerdRead more!


Twelfth Night
June 27th - July 26th, 2015

"Be not afraid of greatness: some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them" and "Love sought is good, but given unsought is better" are two examples of the poetic wisdom in Shakespeare's masterpiece Twelfth Night. Its memorable characters such as Sir Toby Belch and Malvolio have made Twelfth Night a favorite for centuries. It was the second production in the Festival's first season in 1986. Read more!


Man of La Mancha
June 28th - July 26th, 2015

Man of La Mancha is one of the most universally admired American musical dramas. Based on the classic novel by Cervantes, a Spanish contemporary of Shakespeare, it features such beautiful songs as "The Impossible Dream" and "Dulcinea", and tells the inspiring story of Don Quixote's noble quest for an ideal world where the evil are punished and the rightous rewarded. Man of La Mancha was the first musical the Festival ever produced in 1994. Read more!







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