Inwood Shakespeare Festival 2014 Presents 15th Season of Free Theatre in Inwood Hill Park Peninsula
Inwood Shakespeare Festival 2014 presents 15th Season of free theatre in Inwood Hill Park Peninsula.
THE SEASON OF SACRIFICE & WILL
William Shakespeare's THE TEMPEST
Eugene Ionesco's RHINOCEROS
FREE CHILDREN'S CONCERTS IN INWOOD HILL PARK PENINSULA
Sergei Prokofiev's PETER and the WOLF
InwoodShakes - Bring A Blanket And We'll See You there!
INWOOD SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL (ISF), in partnership with the City of New York Parks and Recreation, is honored to present its fifteenth annual season of free outdoor theatre and music in Inwood Hill Park Peninsula. ISF is produced by Ted Minos for Moose Hall Theatre Company.
ISF has something for everyone in 2014 - Come together.
4 more performances of this wonderful production of:
THE TEMPEST by William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare's, THE TEMPEST. Directed by Ted Minos. Costumes by Catherine Bruce. Music by Luke St. Francis.
Shakespeare's magnificent swan-song! Before he left us, he left us one his most enchanting, disarming, insightful, and delightful plays.
4 more performances: Wednesday through Saturday, June 4 - 21. 7:30 PM In Inwood Hill Park Peninsula. FREE
Our next dramatic offering is Eugene Ionesco comic/absurb masterpiece RHINOCEROS. Do we join the masses or remain ourselves, alone? Costumes by Catherine Bruce. Music by Luke St. Francis. Directed by Ted Minos.
12 Performance dates: Wednesdays through Saturdays, July 16 - August 2. 7:30 PM In Inwood Hill Park Peninsula. FREE
FREE CHILDREN'S CONCERTS
Listen relax, delight your ears and excite your imagination!
PETER and the WOLF by Sergei Prokofiev. Performed by the Moose Hall Chamber Ensemble.
Musical Director Gil Dejean, in Inwood Hill Park Peninsula, Inwood NYC.
1 Performance date: Monday, July 7th 7:00 PM FREE
(rain dates July 16th or 17 6:00 PM Inwood Hill Park Peninsula)
All performances are wheelchair accessible and free of charge at Inwood Hill Park Peninsula. Entrances at 218th Street and Indian Road and also Isham Street and Seaman Avenue, in northernmost Manhattan. Bring Your Own Blanket (or backrest).
Inwood Shakespeare Festival 2014 is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA), administered by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council; the New York Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA); the City of New York/Parks & Recreation; Council Member Robert Jackson; Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez; Columbia University Medical Center; Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA). General operating grant was made possible by the JPMorgan Chase Foundation and the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corporation and Materials for the Arts.
Friday, August 4, 2000. William Shakespeare's 12th Night was performed in Inwood Hill Park Peninsula, inaugurating the Inwood Shakespeare Festival.
The beginning of a new company and the beginning of a new era in the performing arts and culture for Northern Manhattan residents.
Moose Hall Theatre Company in producing the Inwood Shakespeare Festival in partnership with City of New York/Parks & Recreation each summer for the last 15 years, has continued to play a crucial role in the vitality of our community with pioneer productions; accessible FREE public programs of theatre & music in Inwood Hill Park Peninsula, bringing together over 39,000 audience members of all ages and cultures from our wonderful communities of Inwood, Washington Heights, Harlem & beyond. . . and counting.