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Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival

Enjoy the Bard at Sand Harbor

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The 2024 Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival runs from June 28 through August 25. This season of the Festival features one main play in addition to all of the other shows and activities making up this exceptional event at Sand Harbor on the shores of Lake Tahoe.

Sand Harbor has been called "The Most Scenic Venue in the World," with audience seating in a sandy bowl facing the performances and Lake Tahoe Basin as the backdrop for the stage.

Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival Main Season Shows

The playbill for the 2024 Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival includes one main show and other entertainment events...

Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival Tickets and Seating

For information about the dates each show will play and getting tickets, refer to the Festival Calendar. There are a variety of ticket package and seating options - go to Ticket & Seating Pricing for details. To see how the theater is set up and the location of seat sections, refer to Seating Options & Seat Map.

Signature Series and Partner Series at the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival

Every Monday night (and some Tuesdays) during the season will feature a variety of live entertainment. The Signature and Partner Series performances will take place on the Warren Edward Trepp Stage at Sand Harbor. All performances start at 7:30 p.m.

Young Shakespeare, a D.G. Menchetti Education Program

Each year the D.G. Menchetti Education Program presents an interactive, one-hour adaptation of a Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream," created with the young audience member in mind. In addition to Sand Harbor, the production travels to other venues throughout the Reno/Sparks, Minden and Tahoe/Truckee region.

Performances are free and no reservations are required. There is a suggested donation of $5 per adult and $1 per child.

Directions and Parking at the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival

Sand Harbor is in Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park. To get there from Reno, take the Mt. Rose Highway (Nevada 431) to Incline Village, turn left on Nevada 28 and drive six miles to the park entrance. The Festival website has detailed directions on getting to Sand Harbor from various locations. Carpooling is recommended as parking is limited.

A Nevada State Parks Entrance Pass is required to gain access to and park at Sand Harbor. Entrance Passes are $10/per vehicle/per day (in-state license plate) and $15/per vehicle/per day (out-of-state license plate). The Park does not accept credit/debit cards. Please plan to pay in cash when you arrive. The Entrance Pass fees are required by Nevada law. Sand Harbor parking can close to vehicle traffic when the lot is full – as early as 8:30 a.m. Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival does not benefit directly from Nevada State Parks Entrance Pass fees.

Note that there are no public transportation services in the evening for Festival goers. It is illegal to park along the roadway near the Sand Harbor entrance.

Additional information is available from Frequently Asked Questions and by calling (775) 832-1616.

No Pets at the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival

Animals are strictly prohibited in Sand Harbor State Park and at the Festival. Pets may not be brought and left in the car. Pets left in cars will be removed by state park personnel and you will be fined. Service animals individually trained to work performing tasks for people with disabilities are not pets and are permitted. Therapy and emotional support animals are not considered to be service animals and are not permitted.

Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival
Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival at Sand Harbor. Image courtesy Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival

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