2021-2022 Season

Our 2021-2022 Season was a rollercoaster ride of tremendous highs and heart-rending lows.  We are thankful to our casts, crews, The Rockwell, friends, supporters and audiences for being there with us as we figured out what “The New Normal” would look like for Shit-faced Shakespeare. Below, find moments that #peek.behind.the.bucket.  Take Care- We look forward to seeing you all in our 2022-2023 season!

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

The Rockwell; September 16- December 4, 2021

"What could possibly go wrong?"

Two pairs of lovers, one devious Puck, and the entire Athenian forest- what could possibly go wrong? William Shakespeare’s timeless comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream gets the Shit-faced Shakespeare® treatment once again! One entirely serious Shakespeare play blown apart by one entirely serious drunken actor. After a year and a half of lockdown you deserve a night of glitter, and dances, and sword fights, and magic. And most of all you deserve to raise a pint with us! Rediscover the chaos and hilarity and remember to enjoy Shakespeare responsibly!

The Taming of the Shrew

The Rockwell; February 10-April 9, 2022

"What, with my tongue in your tail?"

Shakespeare’s wildest lovers storm The Rockwell Theater for the long awaited return of Shit-faced Shakespeare®: The Taming of the Shrew. Wealthy sisters Katherina and Bianca find themselves pitched against suspicious suitors, the entire renaissance patriarchy and each other. Why not throw in a booze soaked thespian for good measure? Featuring cross dressing, food fights, a highly underwhelming horse, one too many bum cheeks and more twisted gender politics than you can shake a fawning fat-skinned fustilarian at!

Romeo & Juliet

The Rockwell, May 5- July 9, 2022

"My naked weapon is out."

The smash-hit, internationally acclaimed, award-winning, multi sell-out fringe phenomenon is back at The Rockwell Theatre with their version of Romeo and Juliet. There is no love lost between the Capulet and Montague families and everyone in Verona knows it. Certainly the only way to mend centuries of bad blood is by having two forlorn teenagers from opposite households fall in love with each other, right? Nothing that a swig (or two) of the finest spirits can’t fix! Featuring Shakespeare’s most famous feuding family, cousins without a cause, and so many faux deaths it makes daytime TV look good.

We use cookies to improve your experience and to help us understand how you use our site. Please refer to our cookie notice and privacy policy for more information regarding cookies and other third-party tracking that may be enabled.

Created with
Mailchimp Freddie Badge
Instagram icon
Facebook icon
Twitter icon
Pinterest icon
Email icon
YouTube icon

© 2021 Shit-faced Shakespeare