1. Any number of independent acting troupes which put on interpretations of Shakespeare's plays in local parks during the Spring, Summer, and early Autumn months. Often a great place for a date or to catch some local culture.

2. A large group of incredibly incompetent, self-absorbed people that have no consideration of others. Generally with inflated egos and the Peter Principle is at work, believing they are master of their craft when really, they are babytown frolics and cannot go out reliably without soiling themselves.
My wife and I met at a Shakespeare In The Park event.

Management is a prime example of Shakespeare In The Park, they have no idea what is going on and I am pretty sure the CEO shat himself in the last board meeting.
by PainfulTruths May 18, 2018
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