January 23, 2024 (Oklahoma City, OK)—Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park announces "Twelfth Night" as the opener to their 40th anniversary season, marking the final directorial production of the departing Kathryn McGill, who founded the company 40 years ago with her late husband, Jack O’Meara. The show opens February 22nd, and continues through March 10th in the newly renovated Black Box Indoor Theatre, located in the historic Paseo Arts District, at 2920 Paseo, Oklahoma City, OK 73103.

The production will mark the kick-off to a Shakespeare-filled season including Twelfth Night, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth, Hamlet, and the perennial favorite (Jane Austen) classic, Jane Austen’s Christmas Cracker. Tickets are on sale on the website www.okshakes.org

“This year we honor the artists, technicians, patrons, volunteers, and staff that have sustained us through the years. We are inspired to reach for broader things, to grow and give back to our community, and we are incredibly grateful to be here through these difficult times to keep the legacy of Shakespeare and the classics alive in Oklahoma.”