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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The Taming of the Shrew
Barefoot Shakespeare Company mounts this summer's third free outdoor production of Shakespeare's suddenly voguish sex comedy, in which a swaggering gold digger breaks the spirit of his headstrong bride via starvation, brainwashing and sleep deprivation....Shakespeare Until Sunday September 4 2016 FreeRead more