Interlochen Shakespeare Festival

The Interlochen Shakespeare Festival draws on the unique resources of Interlochen Center for the Arts to present bold and innovative interpretations of the classics. Founded in 2008 and led by artistic director William Church, a core ensemble of Interlochen faculty, staff and alumni commits itself to engaging northwest Michigan audiences through professional theatre that celebrates the Shakespearean imagination.

The 2018 Shakespeare Festival production will be announced in the spring.

Past Productions

After the sold-out success of its first two productions, Twelfth Night and The Taming of the Shrew, the company presented Macbeth in 2010, The Merchant of Venice in 2011, A Midsummer Night's Dream in 2012, Hamlet in 2013, The Tempest in 2014, As You Like It in 2015, Romeo and Juliet in 2016 and King Lear in 2017.