Events We Love: Shakespeare in the Park
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This Summer, the Public Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park returns to Central Park with A Midsummer Night’s Dream, one of Shakespeare’s most enjoyable and jovial comedies. This year’s Midsummer is the latest in a distinguished, nearly 60-year-long tradition.
Founder of The Public Theater’s Public Works program, Lear deBessonet, directs this year’s offering; among the cast is Phylicia Rashad, better known as Mrs. Huxtable. The show runs every day except Sundays at 8:00 PM through August 13th (note that there are no shows on August 4th and August 7th) and free tickets can be picked up day-of in Central Park, through a digital lottery, at the Public Theatre, or through borough distribution.
For more information or to find out where you can get tickets, visit The Public Theater’s website.
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