2020-2021 season tickets are $100 per person for a limited time. This is a STEAL — a $200+ value — so no additional discounts. We’ll sell a *VERY* limited number of these specially priced and when that amount has sold, the price will go up and some of the perks will go down. Grab yours today. For your $100 purchase, you’ll get:
A ticket to every show next season
First to know next season’s shows — before the public
Free ticket transfers for you and immediate family (subject to availability)
Free seat cushions for use at shows (subject to availability)
Free ticket to A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Knight’s Tale this season (a $20-$50 value)
First drink free when you next attend a performance
Upgrade your experience with a $150 that includes everything above, plus these to enjoy at your next performance:
Bottle of Sweet Tea Shakespeare hand-selected wine from the Wine Cafe
Our BRAND NEW savory charcuterie snack box from the Wine Cafe — works great as a light meal.
Pick up your season tickets today!
We’re excited to share a season of dozens of performances and 15 separate productions of plays, hours, LIT tour offerings, and more.
Sweet Tea Shakespeare Plays provide an interactive play-going experience with live music prior to every show. Most shows feature an array of snacking and drinking options, some of which may constitute a light meal. This season’s offerings include SIX plays, including FOUR in Fayetteville and TWO in Raleigh. That’s right, we’re expanding to the Raleigh market.
Here’s a very exciting sneak peek: following 2018’s rousing run of Sweeney Todd, we’re headed back to Fayetteville Pie Company for a classic show that will knock your socks off.
Sweet Tea Shakespeare Hours are an expanded version of STS’s famous preshow with a kick: an intimate, variety show with live music, original writing, guest artists, thought-provoking reflections, and to meet the overwhelming demand of our audience for more of our hallmark preshow fun. STS hours are a community gathering of story, song, and craft, featuring local beer, quality wine, a signature cocktail, and light meal options. (PG13 due to some adult language and alcohol consumption.)
LIT Performances are for adults, as they blend stripped-down Shakespeare plays with improv, games, and a relaxed, pub-like environment. Underage guests and anyone showing visible signs of intoxication will not be served. We maintain a friendly environment, so no verbal or physical rudeness will not be tolerated. This season’s offerings include our classic HamLIT plus four new titles.
Other Events are also offered throughout the year, including Green Tea youth company performances and our annual Christmas gospel concert, BEHOLD.
If you think all this sounds amazing, go ahead and score your season tickets today!
What is Patreon?
Patreon is a platform like Kickstarter, GoFundMe, and IndieGogo — but instead of a one-time gift, Patreon collects sustaining monthly pledges. These pledges are the lifeblood of our organization — helping us plan, pay our people, and pursue excellence. Monthly sustainers make our dream come true.
Watch this video of company member Catherine Kelly, or click here to learn more about becoming a Patreon today!
Greetings from Sweet Tea Shakespeare! Want to learn more about what our team has been up to and what you can do to help? Watch this message from our Artistic Director, Jeremy Fiebig, as he outlines some awesome opportunities Sweet Tea Shakespeare has coming up, and what you can do to help!
Want to support us financially? For more information on becoming a Patreon, click here, or if you would like to give to our Gofundme, click here.
Want to pick up some 2020-2021 season tickets, or register for some courses? Click here!
Sweet Tea Shakespeare is delighted to introduce our new Assistant Artistic Director, Claire F. Martin! Claire is director, dramaturg, actor, and playwright, specializing in early modern drama and Restoration comedy. Claire comes to us with a M.A. Theatre Directing from Royal Holloway and a B.A. Theatre Arts & English (Honors) from University of Puget Sound. She has written several original plays including The 1415 Project, L is for Library, L.E.A.R., Court Date, and The Socratic Method. Claire’s most recent credits include The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time (dir. Marissa Wolf, Portland Center Stage), Measure for Measure (Isabella/dramaturg), Norma Jeane Baker of Troy (dir. Katie Mitchell, The Shed), and Romeo+Juliet: The Parkland Project (director, Red Leather Theatre Company). Sweet Tea Shakespeare is excited to have Claire’s expertise on several upcoming projects. Welcome Claire!
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and here at Sweet Tea Shakespeare, we have love on the brain! Cupid’s little arrows are flying and our upcoming production of Midsummer Night’s Dream features a little “cupid” of its own. Puck, also known as Robin Goodfellow, functions as the bringer of love in this whimsical Shakespeare comedy. Let’s look at a few things the god of love and the mischievous fairy have in common.
While Cupid has not always been portrayed as the cherub with the bow and arrows that now comes to mind, he and Puck can both be portrayed as childlike, working to aid couples in falling in love. Cupid works his will be shooting a magical arrow to cause those hit to fall in love. Similarly, Puck puts juice of a magical flower on the lovers’ eyes to manipulate the potential romances. Of course, when feelings are magically manipulated, chaos and hilarity ensue!
Join us for the comedic misadventures of Puck, this little bringer of love. Sweet Tea Shakespeare’s production of Midsummer Night’s Dream opens April 23rd. Don’t miss the fun! Get your tickets here!