Tickets are free (two per person) and may be picked up only on the day of performance after noon at the Delacorte Theater. A limited number of tickets are also distributed via online lottery; see website for details. After an enchanting debut with last year's The Tempest, the Public Theater's huge-scaled Public Works division returns to take on Shakespeare's bittersweet portrait of jealousy, love and repentance. More than 200 performers from all five boroughs are involved, including delegations from New York Theatre Ballet, Rosie's Kids, DanceBrazil and Shinbone Alley Stilt Band. Lear deBessonet directs the massive undertaking, which also features original songs by Todd Almond.