Shakespeare in the Park

Shakespeare in the Park is a production produced by the Public Theatre and held at the Delacorte Theatre in Central Park. The performances take place at 8 p.m. and tickets are available on a first-come first-served basis on the day of the performance.  Shakespeare in the park is one of the most famous in literary history. For more details click here!

Directed by David Esbjornson
Measure sweeps from the corridors of national power to the intimate confines of the bedroom and from the convent’s chapel to the executioner’s block. It is Shakespeare at his grittiest: a bracing and bawdy glimpse of what happens when those in power allow their basest human impulses to range unchecked”

Directed by Daniel Sullivan
“A fairytale for grown-ups, this beguiling fable follows the low-born Helena, one of Shakespeare’s most resourceful heroines, as she inventively surmounts obstacle after impossible obstacle in order to win the love of the aristocratic and haughty Count Bertram”

The production runs for 8 weeks and here are the following dates for the listed shows.

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Location: The Theater is located next to the Great Lawn and Turtle Pond. Entrance from the East Side is on Fifth Avenue at 79th Street; from the West Side, Central Park West at 81st Street. The theater opens at 7:30 p.m.


Monday, June 13,
Wednesday, June 15,
Saturday, June 18,
Wednesday, June 22,
Sunday, June 26
Monday, June 27
Tuesday, June 28
Wednesday, June 29
Monday, July 11
Tuesday, July 12
Monday, July 18
Tuesday, July 19


Saturday, June 11
Sunday, June 12
Thursday, June 16
Friday, June 17
Sunday, June 19
Tuesday, June 21
Thursday, June 23
Friday, June 24
Saturday, June 25
Saturday, July 2
Sunday, July 3
Tuesday, July 5
Wednesday, July 6
Thursday, July 7
Wednesday, July 13
Thursday, July 14
Friday, July 15
Wednesday, July 20
Monday, July 25
Tuesday, July 26
Wednesday, July 27

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  1. Lisa says:

    I can already tell that’s gonna be super helpful.

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