As You Like It

By William Shakespeare
Adapted and Directed by Daryl Cloran
Conceived by Daryl Cloran and Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival
October 15 to November 2, 2024
Opening Night Friday, October 18
Spriet Stage
A Pink and white VW bus is positioned in front of a background of layered pink, purple and red hearts.
A Pink and white VW bus is positioned in front of a background of layered pink, purple and red hearts.

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A magical, mystery, mashup of Shakespeare’s classic comedy and The Beatles’ greatest hits.

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Welcome, flower children, to the story of Rosalind.

Banished from court, and newly disguised as a boy, Rosalind escapes into the forest for a groovy, pastoral adventure. There, she runs into her love Orlando (whose loyalty she works to test).

As the couple navigates the long and winding road, with a price on their heads, colourful characters in their midst, mistaken identities to navigate, and a scheming businesswoman on their tails, it becomes clear that love may not be “all you need.”

Re-set in Canada’s Okanagan Valley in the 1960s, Daryl Cloran’s adaptation of As You Like It combines one of Shakespeare’s most beloved romantic comedies, with the vibrant escapism of the hippie generation, and a psychedelic medley of The Beatles’ greatest hits.

A bonafide hit in Chicago, Washington, and Vancouver, As You Like It makes its Ontario premiere at the Grand Theatre, joyously celebrates love in all its forms, twists, and shouts.


Enhance Your Experience


On select Wednesday evenings, immediately after the performance, join host Breanne Ritchie in theatre's lounge for a brief guided discussion with guest artists, creative team members, and Grand staff members.

Tea Talks

Join us for creative conversations pre-show with host Rachel Peake and special guests connected to the show. Tea Talks begin at 12:00pm before the Wednesday 1:00pm matinée.

Open Captioned Performance

For patrons who are Deaf, hard-of-hearing, or who enjoy watching a performance with surtitles, this performance is live-captioned with text appearing on a screen that is positioned in the Orchestra Right section. To best view captions, it is recommended to book in Orchestra Right (seats 29 through 38). Click the link below or call the Box Office for more information: 519-672-8800.

  • Saturday, Oct 26, 2024 at 2:00PM