Current Project – The Season of Love

We are about to embark on our 4th season, a season of love. We will return to Fremont Park two love stories, one happy, one tragic, this year. Late spring will see Much Ado About Nothing take the stage. Late summer will see Romeo & Juliet. 

Our artistic director is the proud recipient of a City of Sacramento Creative Economy Grant for 2018. This honor means we are looking to expand our offerings this year with two new offshoots of our regular season. 

First, we will take on the lunch hour crowd downtown with Brown Bag Bard at Cesar Chavez Park. Audience members can grab  their lunch, see the story unfold and be back at work before their lunch hour is up. Brown Bag Bard will present a bite sized version Much Ado About Nothing.

Next, we’ll venture over to Southside Park for Monday Night Shakespeare. Audience members can join us at the amphitheatre for two more dates for Much Ado About Nothing.

Dates are still being confirmed but they will be in June/July.

Our education director, Julianna*, has been busy drafting our young women’s program, the Blossoms, with a target of having a performance later in the fall. We will be providing further information for Blossom’s company members this spring, so stay tuned. 

Tickets are free for all and will be available here. If you are able, a $5.00 suggested donation at the door will help us continue to realize our mission of producing free Shakespeare for Sacramento and expanding out with our young women’s program, Blossoms.

We can’t wait for you to join us for this, our fourth season in the park. See you there.

If you are interested in supporting Wildflower Women’s Ensemble through a donation of auction items (for our Winter fundraiser), in-kind materials/supplies, food or drink, please contact Lori Ann at lori@wildflowerensemble.com or visit our Support Us page. We are fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas and certain donations may be eligible to receive a tax letter.

*Founding company member