Thursday-Saturday 7 p.m.
Sunday 3 p.m.
Outdoors at the Gateway
Free admission

Antony and Cleopatra ranks among one of Shakespeare’s most epic historical love stories. In the absence of Julius Caesar, this story follows Mark Antony at the  height of his political power. The Roman leader becomes captive to his passion for the irresistible Egyptian queen, Cleopatra. Torn between his love affair with  Cleopatra and his military obligation to the Roman Empire, Antony must choose between pleasure and virtue. Dealing with politics and power, gossip and scandal, and love and jealousy, Antony and Cleopatra reveals the inevitable drama that comes along with love and war.

Bring your picnic, lawn chairs and blankets. Alcohol and smoking are not allowed on campus grounds.
In the event of inclement weather, performances will take place in the Dorothy Menker Theater. Check our social media pages for updated information about the daily performance location.