The name says it all, really—this is a rock, up high, in Central Park. Rumor has it that the Seneca and other local Native Americans once used it as a gathering spot, a tradition that has continued to the present, thanks to the various outdoor performance groups (like Gorilla Repertory Theater and Shakespeare Gone Wild!) that use it as a focal point for their alfresco productions.
|Venue name:||Central Park, Summit Rock||Contact:|
enter at Central Park West and 81st St
|Transport:||Subway: B, C to 81st St–Museum of Natural History|
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A proud Theban king goes to pieces after snubbing the Greek god Dionysus and his pack of wild women in Matthew Gasda's adaptation of Euripides' ripping tragedy. Gorilla Rep founder Christopher Carter Sanderson directs a free production staged alfresco...Classical Thursday July 28 2016 - Sunday August 7 2016 FreeRead more