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Bard on the Beach 2020 Season
CELEBRATING THE 31ST SEASON

The 30th season of Bard on the Beach continues until September 21, but Artistic Director Christopher Gaze has just announced the lineup for the Festival’s 31st Season, which will run from June 11 to September 26, 2020. It includes the most popular play in Bard’s history, plus a thrilling historical drama, a music-filled Jazz Age romance and a provocative contemporary play based on Milton’s Paradise Lost. Now is the time to get your 2020 Season Packs – at the lowest price of the year for the next two weeks – and ensure you don’t miss even one of these exciting productions.

On the BMO Mainstage, the beloved comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream, which has delighted audiences around the world and across the ages, plays in repertory with Shakespeare’s epic historical tale, Henry V. The Howard Family Stage offers two contrasting productions: Love’s Labour’s Lost, a restaging of Bard’s 2015 hit Jazz Age production, alternating with Paradise Lost, a critically acclaimed modern take on the battle between good and evil.

Says Bard Artistic Director Christopher Gaze: “Our 31st Season is designed to entertain and inspire live theatre lovers of all kinds. It offers tempting choices for one and all, whether you’re a committed Shakespeare fan or you’ve never seen a play at Bard before.”

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2020 SEASON PACKS SAVE YOU MONEY!

Now is the time to get the biggest savings of the year. Advance sales of 2020 Bard Season Packs offer a substantial discount on tickets to all four productions. The lowest Season Pack price of the year – $167 – is in effect until September 3 at 11:59PM, after which the price of the package will rise.

To purchase 2020 Season Packs please call 604-739-0559 or go online at bardonthebeach.org.

P.S. Flex Packs go on sale in November, and single tickets in early April 2020. But the best price of the year is a Season Pack, purchased by September 3, 2019.

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Dianne

Editor in Chief of Fabulously Frugal in Vancouver.

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