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Tickets are PWYC (Pay What You Can) with a recommended donation of $15. In the park, we only accept CASH, so you can purchase tickets in advance here, if you prefer. You can buy tickets either with or without a reserved lawn chair included (limited).

Romeo & Juliet Info

All the information you need to know about our summer production can be found by clicking here.


Song Lyrics

We need your help. Join Romeo in singing to Juliet, by joining our audience choir. Friar Lawrence leads choir rehearsal nightly at 7:45pm.


Free Family Workshops

On Tuesday, August 23rd or 30th, join us for a pre-show community workshop for families and people of all ages. We'll focus on creatively discovering the themes and questions explored in our production of ‘Romeo & Juliet’.


Important Info

Benefits of Giving

Help our actors earn a living wage and get some great benefits while you’re at it. Your donations help to ensure a long-lasting tradition of Shakespeare in Withrow Park and it could even land you a part in the show…

Benefits HERE

Reviews & Testimonials next prev

  • "Richard III again demonstrates the company’s ability to realize an ambitious vision. While making the Bard relevant, fun and engaging, they’ve solidified their place among the best outdoor Shakespeare experiences in the city."

    Jordan Bimm-NOW Magazine, Review for 'Richard III'

  • "I fell in love with Toronto’s newest company, Shakespeare in the Ruff, the minute they walked onto their makeshift stage in Withrow Park"

    Richard Ouzounian-The Toronto Star, Review for 'Two Gents'

  • "The company’s boldest stroke, however, is to rewrite the play’s sexist ending, cannily replacing it with one of Shakespeare’s best-known sonnets. It displays an ingenuity that bodes well for future shows."

    Martin Morrow-The Grid, Review for 'Two Gents'

  • "This summer has been one of the most amazing summers in my life. When I signed up for the Young Ruffian program, I knew that I would have fun. But I had no idea that I would have this much fun. I have learned so much about what kind of work goes into the process of acting and directing. Being able to work with a professional theatre company was so great. This whole experience has changed my life for the better. I hope future Young Ruffians have as much fun as I did."

    Katasha James, Young Ruffian alumni-2012

  • "When it's this easy and this attractive to come out into a park on a beautiful Friday night in August, there's not a whole lot of reason not to do it, especially when the price is so reasonable."

    Alex, Audience Member-2013

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