Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks Presents Romeo and Juliet
In its sixth year of bringing professional productions of William Shakespeare's plays to Chicago's neighborhood parks, the Chicago Shakespeare in the Parks program will present Romeo and Juliet. From July 26 through August 27, 2017, professional actors will be performing a 75-minute abridged version of the play (with no intermission) to audiences in 18 parks across Chicago. Some locations will have ASL duo-interpretation or audio description. Use the interactive map below to find locations, dates, times, and accessibility offerings. All performances are free! Bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy the show!
If you have questions regarding the interactive map, please read the Tips for Using This Map section.
Tips for Using This Map
Use the Zoom In (+) and Zoom Out (–) features, located at the bottom of the map, to show more or less map detail.
Click on a map icon to open a panel showing detailed information about the performance and performance location (address, date, time and photos). Choose the View in Google Maps link to get directions, see area street views, and access other features. To close the panel, click on the left-pointing arrow next to the location's name.
Use these features to open and close a panel showing a description of the map and a list of all the performance locations on the map. To reveal more information in each section, click the section's ∨. To see less information in each section, click the ∧. Select a performance location's name from the list to open a panel showing detailed information about the performance and performance location (address, date, time, and photos). Choose the View in Google Maps link to get directions, see area street views, and access other features. To close the panel and return to the list of all the performance locations, click on the left-pointing arrow next to the location's name.
When in Google Maps, drag and drop the Google Person onto the map to see the area in street view. You can then move up and down the streets to see what is in the neighborhood.
Select this feature to open a new tab in your web browser and view a larger map. The map opens with the list of performance locations panel open. You will now have access to a search feature and more menu options. Click on the menus and try the different features to find those that work best for you.
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