See a Shit Ton of Shakespeare This Summer in New York

07/15/2013 12:05 PM |

Shakespeare statue Central Park NYC

Summer in New York is always a good time to brush up your Shakespeare, but this summer there’s especially a lot—see them all, and by August you’ll have a passing familiarity with more than a quarter of his 38 plays. In fact, you’ve already missed some: Alan Cummings’s one-man madhouse Macbeth just closed, and the Smith Street Stage just finished its free outdoor performances of Julius Caesar in Brooklyn (with a lady Caesar!). Here’s what’s left to see. (It’s a lot! Plus, you should see Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing while it’s still in theaters.)

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  • There’s also Two Gentlemen of Verona: A Swashbuckling Comedy for the New York International Fringe Festival!

    Show will be at Venue #2 -the CSV Center in the Flamboyan Theatre

    FringeNYC Schedule:
    Sunday, August 11th at 5:30 pm
    Monday, August 12th at 2:00 pm
    Monday, August 19th at 9:15 pm
    Thursday, August 22nd at 7:00 pm
    Saturday, August 24th at 2:15 pm

    Go to http://www.FringeNYC.org or http://www.Facebook.com/CAGETheatre