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'Richard III' and 'As You Like It' will be staged at the Delacorte this summer.
Actor Sam Waterston, who has been named a "Living Legend" by the NY Landmarks Conservancy, testified on behalf of the theater.
"After being dark in 2020, it just felt like what we needed to do was find a way to be able to accomplish as many of our core goals for our project as possible while losing as few performances as possible."
The Central Park production, based on "Merry Wives of Windsor," will be set in Harlem.
1991, Othello: “The end of the first scene, Iago, Chris Walken, has his soliloquy and a raccoon just walked right across, shared the stage with him!”
'Julius Caesar' is the first play, then 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' closes out the season.
The Public Theater shares their fake blood recipe, currently being used at Shakespeare in the Park.
A look at Delacorte Theater's backstage, and a helpful tip from Shakespeare in the Park's costume master (hint: it involves vodka).
John Lithgow and Annette Bening will take on King Lear, but this summer kicks off with the lighter Much Ado About Nothing.
The care serves hot dogs, sandwiches and frozen treats like Iced Push-Up Pops for pre-theatre and Central Park visitors alike.
Gothamist sat down for a chat about directing Shakespeare for a non-paying audience with director David Esbjornson as he gets ready to open Measure for Measure in Central Park on Monday.
Joe's Pub is going uptown and outdoors for some shows this month,
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