Shakespeare in the Park + Picnic | 7/25

Shakespeare in the Park + Picnic | 7/25

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Having the opportunity to see Shakespeare performed by world-class actors under a moonlit sky in one of the most beautiful parks in the world is truly one of the best parts of summer in NYC.

And as Women of Culture, you can forget about waiting in line all day or trying your luck with the ticket lottery — we have advance reserved seats, and will enjoy a delicious picnic in the park before the show!

Join us to see Coriolanus on Thursday July 25th, with a picnic on the banks of Turtle Pond before the show. Very much relevant to today’s world, Coriolanus is a blistering drama about a general voted into power by a populace hungry for change, and the unraveling that follows.

We will meet in the South Lawn, on the banks of Turtle Pond in Central Park, just east of the Delacorte theater. Picnic will consist of a selection of cheeses, breads, fresh fruit, chips & dip and white wine. Please let me know in advance of any dietary restrictions or preferences.

All tickets include picnic and reserved seats to the show. This memorable evening is only open to 8 women

$45 early bird through 7/15; $50 full price
($25/$30 for Premier members)

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Full Schedule:

6:15pm | Picnic in the South Lawn, on the banks of Turtle Pond, just east of the Delacorte theater
75 Great Lawn Oval, at 80th St.

8pm | Coriolanus at the Delacorte Theater
81 Central Park West


More about the Public Theater & Shakespeare in the Park:

Since 1962, over 5 million people have gathered inside the Delacorte to experience world class Shakespeare and other productions at no-cost, making it one of New York City’s most beloved summer traditions.

At its landmark downtown home at Astor Place, housing five theaters and Joe’s Pub, The Public advocates for the theater as an essential cultural force through productions of new plays, musicals, and Shakespeare that lead and frame dialogue on some of the most important issues of our day. The Public’s programming also includes a range of artist and audience development initiatives including its Public Forum series, which brings together theater artists and professionals from a variety of disciplines for discussions that shed light on social issues explored in Public productions, and the Mobile Unit, which tours Shakespearean productions for underserved audiences throughout New York City’s five boroughs.