Twelfth Night at Shakespeare in the Park + Picnic, 8/7

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Twelfth Night at Shakespeare in the Park + Picnic, 8/7

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We are heading back to see Shakespeare in the Park this time to see Twelfth Night on Tuesday August 7th! Exclusive for WoC members (see info here), you can forget about waiting in line all day or trying your luck with the ticket lottery - we have advanced reserved seats, and will enjoy a delicious picnic in the park before the show. This unique experience is only open to 8 people, so make sure to get your tickets ASAP. 

Picnic will be on the banks of Turtle Pond in Central Park, just east of the Delacorte theater, starting at 6pm. I will drop a pin for all to find the exact location that evening. Please let me know in advance of any dietary restrictions or preferences, but picnic will consist of a selection of cheeses, breads, fresh fruit, chips & dip and white wine.

$45 early bird through 7/30
$50 full price
(Includes picnic and reserved seat to the show)

I'm in!

Full Schedule:
| Picnic on the banks of Turtle Pond, just east of the Delacorte theater
(I will drop a pin by 5:30pm to share the exact location but best entrance will be near the American Museum of Natural History btw 79th & 81st streets and Central Park West)

8pm | Twelfth Night at the Delacorte Theater

More about the production:
Professional artists and two rotating ensembles of community members from all five boroughs will perform together on the Delacorte stage in this enchanting comedy about Viola, a young heroine who washes up on the shores of Illyria, disguises herself as a man, is sent to court a countess, and falls in love with a Duke.

Featuring music and lyrics by critically-acclaimed songwriter Shaina Taub, this very special TWELFTH NIGHT is a unique partnership between two Public Theater programs that exemplify The Public’s commitment to radical inclusion. Oskar Eustis, The Public’s Artistic Director, and Kwame Kwei-Armah, incoming Artistic Director of London’s Young Vic, helm this unforgettable musical about love in all its many disguises.