The Delacorte Theater in Central Park is the fair-weather sister of the Public Theater. When not producing Shakespeare in the East Village, the Public offers the best of the Bard outdoors during Shakespeare in the Park (May–August). Free tickets (two per person) are distributed at both theaters at 1pm on the day of the performance. It's usually good to begin waiting around 9am, although the line can start forming as early as 6am when big-name stars are on the bill. You can also enter an online lottery for tickets.
|Venue name:||Delacorte Theater||Contact:|
Central Park, enter at Central Park West and 81st St
|Transport:||Subway: B, C to 81st St–Museum of Natural History|
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Troilus and Cressida
Daniel Sullivan directs a too-rare production of Shakespeare's epic dark comedy, a lampoon of the Trojan War so modern in sensibility that there's no record of it being performed before the late 19th century. The cast features Andrew Burnap and Ismenia...Shakespeare Until Sunday August 14 2016 FreeRead more