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  • White River State Park Indianapolis, IN, 46204 United States (map)

Preshow activities begin at 6:00 pm
Performance begins at 8:00 pm

Directed by Indianapolis Shakespeare Company's own Robert Neal

Coriolanus is an intriguing political thriller for times past, present, and future.  Set in Ancient Rome and written in the early 1600s, the play has readily reflected the contemporary political climate of each of its professional productions.  And it will do so once again for Indianapolis audiences in summer 2018. 

Shakespeare’s unerring instinct to tap into what matters to us, what we value, and what we are willing to fight for, shines brightly in Coriolanus.  But Shakespeare does not take sides─he asks us to decide which causes call our name, and who and what we want our leaders to be.

Thanks to our supporters, this event is free and open to the general public!

Chairs will NOT be available this year. Please bring a blanket or lawn chairs, and pack a picnic or visit our food trucks! Recommended parking at the Zoo (non-members $15 per vehicle.)

General Admission is FREE, but VIP Seating tickets are available for $25.

Earlier Event: June 12
Traveling Troupe presents Macbeth
Later Event: August 3