New York’s free theater summer series continues at The Delacorte Theater, home of the legendary Shakespeare in the Park.
Currently on stage is Corriolanus a Roman war tragedy about a general voted into power by a populace hungry for change, and the unraveling that follows.
Running now till August 11th, 2019
Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan (Proof) directs while an ensemble of 38 actors bring this play to life.
Among them is
Nneka Okafor (Too Heavy For Your Pocket, 2017);
Louis Cancelmi (Boardwalk Empire, 2010);
Kate Burton (Scandal, Grey’s Anatomy);
Jonathan Cake (Desperate Housewives, Noah’s Ark 1999);
and I’d like to bring the spotlight on Darryl Gene Daughtry, Jr. – recent Juilliard graduate, Group 48, who is also my mentor and friend and one to watch.
As always Shakespeare in the Park is free for all. To get your tickets there are many options. You can view how to do so here.
1. A standby line the day of the performance at The Delacorte Theater.
2. At The Public Theater the day of with winners annoucned around noon.
3. Ticket distributions across all 5 NYC boroughs.
4. There is a digital lottery for those who are mobile through Today Tix.
Join the millions that have seen this iconic outdoor theatrical spectacle!