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FRIENDS is pleased to offer this extremely limited opportunity to venture behind the scenes at Central Park’s center stage: the Delacorte Theater. We will tour the famed amphitheater, situated on the banks of Turtle Pond with a striking view of Belvedere Castle, that plays host to The Public Theater’s annual “Shakespeare in the Park” series of  free performances that have featured the likes of Meryl Streep, Al Pacino, Anne Hathaway, Denzel Washington and other celebrated actors. The space was completed in 1962 as the permanent home for Joseph Papp’s Shakespeare Workshop that had been touring the city since 1954.  The theater, named for Valerie and George T. Delacorte, Jr., has been open seasonally ever since and has hosted more than 150 plays, musicals, and of course, Shakespeare productions — free of charge. Join us for this special chance to learn the history of the Public Theater and to explore back (and under!) stage first-hand.

Tickets are extremely limited so reserve your spot today!

Tuesday, June 25th
10:00 a.m.

Delacorte Theater, Central Park
(Enter the Park at 79th Street on the East Side or 81st Street on the West Side)

Free for FRIENDS Members, RSVP Required 

To verify your current membership status, please call 212-535-2526 or email us at info@friends-ues.orgTo become a member or renew, click HERE.

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