Romeo and Juliet
by Present Company Theatre

Oct. 06 - Oct. 29, 2017

Eight Actors.
Nineteen Characters.
Two star-crossed lovers.
One Ancient Grudge.


Present Company's 4th annual Shakespeare at the Market, ROMEO & JULIET, runs October 6th - 29th, 2017 on the rooftop of the downtown Austin flagship Whole Foods Market.

Promoting the philosophy of Accessible Art, SHAKESPEARE AT THE MARKET is FREE. A suggested $20 donation supports the artists and event. RSVPs highly recommended.

~Seating begins at 6:30 for a 7 pm show
~Picnics and blankets or chairs encouraged
~BYOB or purchase from Whole Foods Market
~FREE & PLENTIFUL parking in the Whole Foods garage

Made possible by our generous Sponsors: The City of Austin Cultural Arts Division, the Austin Creative Alliance, Whole Foods Market, Enabler Building, & Kong Screenprinting. This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.

Featuring the talents of Aaron Black, Sarah Danko, Grace Marlow, Elizabeth Mason, Michael Miller, Taji Senior-Gipson, Katy Taylor, Kriston Woodreaux, and Clif Tipton. Lighting Design by Patrick Anthony. Costume Design by Talena Martinez. Live music by Clif Tipton. Choreography by Erica Gionfriddo. Stage managed by Lindsay Scarbrough. Directed by Stephanie Carll.


Romeo and Juliet
by William Shakespeare
Present Company Theatre

October 06 - October 29, 2017
Whole Foods Market Rooftop Plaza
525 N Lamar Blvd
Austin, TX, 78703

Fridays - Sundays for first two weeks (October 6 - 8 and 13 - 15); Thursdays - Sundays for second two weeks (October 19-22 and 26 - 29)

Seating begins at 6:30 p.m. and the event kicks off at 7. Free & plentiful parking in the garage beneath Whole Foods Market. Feel free to bring a picnic and blanket or chair. BYOB, or purchase from Whole Foods Market.

Click HERE to purchase tickets (sliding scale, $0 - $60)

In the case of rain delay or cancellation, attendees will be emailed by 6:30pm on day of show. Shakespeare at the Market is family-friendly, but please research the plot of ROMEO & JULIET, and have any necessary conversations with children under the age of 10 years old. (People die, you know. But not REALLY, because it's make-believe).

NOTE: Rooftop playground is closed during performances. No dogs, please--they don't understand make-believe.

Any additional burning questions? Email



[poster design by Sarah Presson of Eye Like Design]