Seattle Shakespeare Co. performs “Much Ado About Nothing” in 2017. The theater’s traveling production company, knownas Wooden O, will offer free performances of Shakespeare’s “King Lear” and “The Merry Wives of Windsor” this month. LastLeaf Productions, another traveling theater company, will stage “Twelfth Night” and “King Lear” in August. (Photo by Alabastro Photography)

Seattle Shakespeare Co. performs “Much Ado About Nothing” in 2017. The theater’s traveling production company, knownas Wooden O, will offer free performances of Shakespeare’s “King Lear” and “The Merry Wives of Windsor” this month. LastLeaf Productions, another traveling theater company, will stage “Twelfth Night” and “King Lear” in August. (Photo by Alabastro Photography)

Two theater companies offer Shakespeare in the park

The free performances will take place in Lynnwood, Edmonds and Lake Stevens.

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