Shakespeare in the Park continues this August near The Ashley! Even if you didn't get a chance to see this summer's first play — The Tempest — you can still make plans to see Cymbeline on stage at Central Park's Delacorte Theater. Cymbeline began on July 23 and runs through August 23, with productions happening each night at 8 p.m. If you've never seen Cymbeline, it's part history, part tragedy, part romance. The Public Theater's website has a synopsis, and the play itself has all the inventiveness that make Shakespeare's work so compelling to see.
Want to make plans to see it? The production is free to see, but since there are a limited number of seats in The Delacorte Theater, attendees need to get tickets in advance. Some tickets are distributed in person each day at The Delacorte Theater and The Public Theater's Astor Place space. You can also enter an online lottery for tickets to that day's performance. Enter the lottery before noon on the day of a performance and you can request two tickets for that night's show. (Click here to learn more.) You can also reserve seats to some productions by becoming a summer supporter of Free Shakespeare in the Park.
Free Shakespeare in the Park presents Cymbeline
Through August 23
The Delacorte Theater in Central Park