As part of its 2018 summer touring schedule, the Cleveland Shakespeare Festival will host a performance of Troilus and Cressida in University Circle.
The play, by William Shakespeare, is a tragedy set during the last years of the Trojan War. The performance will take place Friday, June 22, at 7 p.m. in Toby’s Plaza. Before the performance, many of the Uptown restaurants will offer happy hour specials.
See the full festival schedule at cleveshakes.com.
Attendees also can join Cleveland artists, galleries, and studios at a release party for the new CAN Triennial Exhibition Guide. In addition, those over the age of 21 can get the first taste of the official CAN Triennial Beers, created with the help of eight local breweries, including Jolly Scholar.
Find other University Circle events at universitycircle.org/events.