Get Free Tickets to Shakespeare in the Park!

This summer, the Public Theater will present William Shakespeare’s Coriolanus in Central Park and you’re invited to get free tickets on the day of the show!

Free tickets will be available on Thursday, July 18 at 12pm at Flushing Library (41-17 Main Street), and are first-come, first-served—there are limited quantities so be sure to get here early! Each person in line over the age of five is eligible for two (2) tickets.

The tickets will be for that evening's Shakespeare in the Park performance, on July 18 at 8 pm at The Delacorte Theater in Central Park, at 81 Central Park West.

This is the first time since 1979 that the free Shakespeare in the Park production has presented Coriolanus, a drama about a general voted into power by a population eager for change and the unraveling that follows. The modern-day version of this epic tale of democracy and demagoguery is directed by Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan.

For more information, you can contact Flushing Library at 718-661-1200.

Don’t miss out on free tickets to this world-class performance!

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