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Free SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK Starts Tomorrow

Free SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK Starts Tomorrow

We're excited to invite you to a summer of Free Shakespeare in the Park beginning tomorrow, Tuesday, May 29.

All performances take place at 8pm at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park. For more information visit publictheater.org.

Free SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK Starts Tomorrow

In Central Park
Kick off the first day of the Park with us and JetBlue, the Official Airline of The Public. On Tuesday, May 29, JetBlue will be handing out snacks, water and prizes to the line in Central Park.

Digital Ticket Lottery Powered by TodayTix

On each performance date, a limited number of free tickets are distributed via TodayTix lottery. Download the app or enter online.


In the five boroughs
On specific dates, a limited number of vouchers for that night's performance are distributed at a location in one of New York's five boroughs.

At The Public Theater
On each performance date, a limited number of vouchers for that night's performance are distributed via an in-person lottery at The Public Theater.

*Please note, at all in-person distribution of lottery locations, you will need your Public Theater Patron ID when receiving a free ticket. Your patron ID is 132243 and can also be found on your My Account page when logged into publictheater.org. To create a Patron ID, click here.

Free SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK Starts Tomorrow

Join us with a gift of $500 or more and help us keep Shakespeare in the Park free for all, all summer, every summer. As thanks for your generous support, we'll save you a seat at the Delacorte Theater.

Click here and become a Public Supporter or Partner today.

Free SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK Starts Tomorrow

OTHELLO
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson

May 29 - June 24

Set amid war and palace intrigue in the 17th-century Mediterranean, this classic drama about a noble Black Venetian general whose marriage is sabotaged by theater's most infamous villain, Iago, remains Shakespeare's most urgent and relevant tragedy today. A lush, romantic vision gives way to the violent tangle of love and jealousy, race and revenge in this must-see production of Shakespeare's great tragedy.


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