Shakespeare in the park

Each summer over 10,000 people gathers in parks in and nearby Montréal to delight in the language of the Bard also in the magic of live theater. Below we provide everything about shakespeare in the park, and this programme is so memorable and enjoable to watch.
Our audiences are comprised of all ages and economic/cultural backgrounds. Given that the trip visits parks in very diverse neighborhoods, and as the shows are offered free of charge (with contributions graciously accepted), our tour has always been an extremely accessible cultural experience.

Produced by the late Joseph Papp in 1962, these Public Theater’s group offers free, large-scale creations of works by William Shakespeare (as great as the particular musical or non-Shakespearean drama). The productions often feature some of the greatly talented actors of our day. Past casts have covered including Meryl Streep, Kevin Kline, Blythe Danner, Al Pacino, Philip Seymour Hoffman, George C. Scott and Denzel Washington.

Every summer, the Public Theater presents a beloved NYC democratic tradition and one of the greatest free tasks to do in NYC: Shakespeare in the Park, presented at the open-air Delacorte Theater in Central Park. There’s nothing really like hearing Bard’s immortal words performed outside in New York, with a backdrop of natural glory and the Belvedere Castle looming in the background like the world’s extremely impressive set decoration. But Shakespeare in the Park’s repute means that tickets aren’t simple to come by. Only the most perseverant will be capable of securing seats. Here’s our guide to operating the system.

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