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Shakespeare on the Run
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.1000  Thursday, 22 May 2003

From:           Laurie Sheppard <
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Date:           Tuesday, 20 May 2003 10:38:01 EDT
Subject:        Shakespeare on the Run

I just came across your site and wanted to let your NYC Fans of
Shakespeare know about a great free Summer Series in Central Park!

"MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING"
June 5-29 , Thurs-Sundays, 7pm, 97th St & CPW

Shakespeare on the Run is back in its fourth season with "Much Ado About
Nothing" opening June 5 through June 29 , Thursdays - Sundays 7pm Sharp
@ 97th St & CPW

New York Classical Theatre presents, "Much Ado About Nothing", but
you'll be expected to do something when the actors move every 5-7
minutes, and about 50 ft to get to the next scene.

Stephen Burdman, Artistic Director, will direct you in the right
direction, so you don't miss a thing. When you enter in at 97th Street
and Central Park West and you will be led into Central Park where the
play will begin.  Central Park's grounds set the stage for this
production and then the fun really begins!

As you watch the show, the next scene that is about to happen, happens
about 50 ft away, and then they are off. The whole audience runs to
where the scene is taking place! Every 5-7 minutes, so no snoozing
during this show! The play moves between 97th St & 100th Street using
trees, rocks, benches and even the audience as scenery!

This production of "Much Ado About Nothing" performs between the
starting point at 97th St & CPW up to 100th Street inside the park!

There are no lines to wait on, no reservations to make, and no tickets
to buy! Just show up!

Lots of fun with this Shakespeare workout. Fun for the whole family.
Wear comfortable shoes or sneakers, and you can even come in on your
bike, rollerblades, scooter and even with your dog! The show is
wheelchair accessible and perfect to bring the little ones in their
strollers.

As the sun goes down, Stephen, his crew and even the fireflies help with
the lighting. Great for the family, a date, with friends, or even alone,
you'll have a great time experiencing Shakespeare with The New York
Classical Theater!

Come early and have a picnic before the show!

Stephen Burdman, Artistic Director of
New York Classical Theatre will greet the audience at the entrance of
Central Park at 97th Street & Central Park West
"Much Ado About Nothing" Opens June 5 - June 29
Thursdays through Sundays
7pm Sharp!
Great for all ages!
Subway: B or C to 96th St & CPW
Bus: M7, M10, M116 to 96th St. CPW
FREE!
Hotline: 212-252-4531     www.newyorkclassical.org

2nd Show of the Season:

"The Triumph of Love" July 31-Aug 24
Thurs-Sundays @ 7pm
97th Street & CPW
FREE!
http://www.newyorkclassical.org/

Laurie Sheppard
www.boompr.com
212-459-9017
917-623-1068
fax-452-9172

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