Hands On - Shakespeare in the Park - CORIOLANUS

08/11/2019 8:00 pm

CORIOLANUS

SUNDAY, AUGUST 11 @ 8PM

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NEW YORK SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL/PUBLIC THEATER

Shakespeare in the Park is one of New York City's most beloved summer traditions. New York natives and visitors alike have been enjoying free Shakespeare since performances began in 1954. Now more than 50 years after the opening of Shakespeare in the Park's permanent home at the Delacorte Theater on June 18, 1962, The Public Theater is proud to continue to produce Shakespeare in the Park.

For the first time since 1979, Free Shakespeare in the Park presents CORIOLANUS, the Bard’s blistering drama about a general voted into power by a populace hungry for change, and the unraveling that follows. Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan (Proof, Shakespeare In The Park’s Troilus and Cressida) directs a modern-day version of this riveting epic of democracy and demagoguery.

UPCOMING PERFORMANCE
HERCULES - Saturday, September 7 @ 8pm

Interpreters this summer include:
Dylan Geil, Molly Wilson, Cathy Markland, Mary MacLean, Jana Owen, Stephanie Feyne, Craig Fogel, Jina Porter, Keith Wann, Mani Garcia, Frenchetta Perez, Laurie Nash

Interpreter Director:  Anne Tomasetti

Tickets: Free

Limit: 2 tickets per person

PLEASE NOTE:  Priority it always given to Deaf audience members.  Any reservation without Deaf people will be placed on a waiting list to first accommodate Deaf audiences.

ADDRESS/CONTACT INFORMATION:
Shakespeare in the Park is performed at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park.
The Central Park entrances closest to the theater are at 81st Street and Central Park West or 79th Street and Fifth Avenue.

Webpage: http://publictheater.org/en/Free-Shakespeare-in-the-Park/

For ticket information and other questions, contact Hands On: info@handson.org

Tickets must be picked up between 6:15 and 7:30pm from the Hands On Rep at the Box Office.  After 7:30 your reservations are no longer valid.

Directions:
The Delacorte Theater is easily accessible from the B, C and 6 subway lines, as well as from the M2, M3, M4, M10 and M79 bus lines. Once in the Park, follow the footpath to the Delacorte Theater.

For those traveling by car, please note that there are no parking facilities in the Park.

Accessibility/Additional Information:

PLEASE NOTE: The interpreted section is not wheelchair accessible.

If you have questions about accessibility, please contact Hands On.