New York’s coveted (and free-of-charge) outdoor theater returns for the warm-weather season. This year, Tony Award winner Kenny Leon directs a modernized version of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, a comedic tale about romantic retribution and miscommunication (y’know, themes not unfamiliar to our dating-app culture). Tickets are distributed each performance day at noon at the Delacorte Theater, but the line for tickets is always bananas. Our advice? Get there by no later than 10am.
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