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Photo Flash: THE BACCHAE At The Public Theater's Shakespeare In The Park Runs Through 8/30

The Public Theater's Shakespeare in the Park production of Euripides' THE BACCHAE, directed by JoAnne Akalaitis with original music by Philip Glass and translated by Nicholas Rudall, will run through August 30 at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park with an official press opening on Monday, August 24 at 8 p.m. Performances of Shakespeare in the Park will be Tuesday through Sunday at 8pm.

JoAnne Akalaitis returns to The Public Theater to present Greek tragedy as it was always meant to be seen - in the open air of the city. This visionary interpretation, featuring a lush choral score by Philip Glass, re-imagines the classic story about what happens when a government attempts to outlaw desire.

With April Armstrong, George Bartenieff, Sullivan Corey, André De Shields, Marisa Echeverría, Jonathan Groff, Tara Hugo, Jennifer Ikeda, Karen Kandel, Jennifer Nikki Kidwell, Alexa Kryzaniwsky, Vella Lovell, Joan MacIntosh, Anthony Mackie, Nana Mensah, Steven Rishard, Ereni Sevasti, Elena Shaddow, Rocco Sisto, and Han Tang.

For over 50 years, The Public has been proud to bring free performances to over 100,000 people each summer at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park. This long-standing tradition has joined esteemed artists with audiences from all over the world to celebrate Shakespeare and other classic works. Free tickets are available both in person and online to the general public. Outreach initiatives, student programs, and borough ticket distribution help bring these productions to a broad cross-section of the community.

Photo Credit: Joan Marcus

Photo Flash: THE BACCHAE At The Public Theater's Shakespeare In The Park Runs Through 8/30
Jonathan Groff and Anthony Mackie

Photo Flash: THE BACCHAE At The Public Theater's Shakespeare In The Park Runs Through 8/30
Andre De Shields and the chorus

Photo Flash: THE BACCHAE At The Public Theater's Shakespeare In The Park Runs Through 8/30
Jonathan Groff

Photo Flash: THE BACCHAE At The Public Theater's Shakespeare In The Park Runs Through 8/30
Jonathan Groff and Anthony Mackie

Photo Flash: THE BACCHAE At The Public Theater's Shakespeare In The Park Runs Through 8/30
Jonathan Groff and the chorus

Photo Flash: THE BACCHAE At The Public Theater's Shakespeare In The Park Runs Through 8/30
The chorus

Photo Flash: THE BACCHAE At The Public Theater's Shakespeare In The Park Runs Through 8/30
Anthony Mackie and the company

Photo Flash: THE BACCHAE At The Public Theater's Shakespeare In The Park Runs Through 8/30
Jonathan Groff and the chorus

Photo Flash: THE BACCHAE At The Public Theater's Shakespeare In The Park Runs Through 8/30
The chorus




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