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Silicon Valley Shakespeare is thrilled to welcome back Shakespeare in the parks in 2022! We can’t wait to come together again with our patrons, artists, and supporters to share the experience of enjoying theatre under the stars.

For the past two years, we have all been faced with making difficult choices. At SVS, we felt the need to explore the power—and the pressure—of making a decision in our upcoming season.

Our 2022 season is all about choice—the choice to love openly or the choice to hide, the choice to succumb or the choice to fight, the choice to defy the status quo. Which choices will you make?

Our 2022 season features:

Romeo and Juliet
Measure for Measure
Sense and Sensibility


Purchase a subscription to our 2022 Sanborn Park shows Measure for Measure and Sense and Sensibility for a 10% discount on tickets. Plus, subscribers get early entry to the show, meaning they get to pick their seats before the general public!

How subscriptions work:

• Purchase your subscription. We offer various subscription levels.
• In your confirmation email, you will receive a code to redeem your subscriptions, as well as the links to reserve your tickets immediately.
• Choose the date you’d like to attend for each show and select the ticket level that matches the subscription level you purchased. Click the Buy Tickets Now button.
• Apply your subscription code on the Checkout page.


We cannot wait to bring Shakespeare back to the parks again and your generous support makes this possible!

Sign up to become a Sustaining Donor, join our Donors Circle for insider perks, or learn how to leave a Legacy Gift.

Since 1999, with your support, we have served over 100,000 patrons with 63% free attendance and provided over $1.7M in free admission to those who would otherwise be shut out of the arts.

And you made it happen! Thank you for your vital support!

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