FREE SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK
FREE SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK at The Delacorte Theater in Central Park is one of the cornerstones of The Public Theater’s mission. Since 1962, over six million people have enjoyed more than 150 free productions of Shakespeare and other classical works and musicals at The Delacorte Theater. Conceived by founder Joseph Papp as a way to make great theater accessible to all, The Public’s Free Shakespeare in the Park continues to be the bedrock of the Company’s mission to increase access and engage the community.
MAKE A GIFT & RESERVE A SEAT.
Want to reserve your seat to New York’s favorite summer tradition? Become a Supporter Plus with a gift of $300 or more and you’ll have access to reserved seating at The Delacorte Theater in Central Park. You’ll also be contributing to a 60-year legacy of providing millions of free tickets to New Yorkers.
*Please note, reserved seating for a donation is limited in order to continue to keep the majority of tickets to Free Shakespeare in the Park accessible to all.
Make a gift today to celebrate Free Shakespeare in the Park.
REVITALIZING THE DELACORTE THEATER.
Pictured Above: The company of the Free Shakespeare in the Park production of MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. Photo by Joan Marcus.