The Flint Hills Shakespeare Festival is a community based initiative focused on providing patrons with classical outdoor theater under the stars of Northeast Kansas. Each fall the festival transforms a wood affectionately known as Sir William Hollow into an outdoor Shakespearean Amphitheater and Festival. Located on the historic grounds of St. Mary's College in St. Marys, Kansas, the festival is nonetheless autonomous and self-sustained by the generous contributions of many patrons and businesses. The Festival gates open a few hours before the main stage production, and patrons are invited to browse the various booths beforehand. Established in 2010, the Festival has grown into a successful annual event. Last year's performances saw over 7,000 theater enthusiasts attend over two weekends. As we are a registered 501(c)(3) Nonprofit, contributions to FHSF are tax deductible. Donations are essential to our existence and we very much appreciate your financial support. Your attendance helps us grow the festival into a premier Kansas event.