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Shakespeare In The Park: Julius Caesar -A Free Event (Read Carefully)

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Jun 17 6:15AM - 12:00PM

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Hi guys! We are going to get a group together for the FREE Shakespeare in the Park performance of Julius Caesar. THERE ARE 2 PARTS TO THIS EVENT AND YOU NEED TO DO A LITTLE WORK FOR IT SO READ CAREFULLY!!! The only way to get Shakespeare in the Park FREE tickets is to wait in the line that morning from 6:30am until noon when they begin to hand out the seats. Details below...

Here is how it works...

1. The group will meet at Andy's Deli at 418 Columbus and 80th street at 6:15am. Grab some coffee, tea, water, snacks.

2. Head to the park to get in line with the group.

3. Tickets are handed out at noon for the performance at 8pm. Each person will get 2 tickets so you can invite a friend if you would like. If you do not have someone to use your 2nd ticket you can donate it to some one on a waiting list.

4. You can meet the group that night at 6pm for and optional dinner at Good Enough to Eat on Columbus and 85th or you can meet the others at the seats.

5. We ask everyone to donate $5 to the hosts for Their dinner before the show.

**********SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK RULES**********

1. You MUST meet the group at 6:15am at the Deli. You will not be able to join the group after it gets in the line for tickets.

2. NO ONE MAY ADD THEMSELVES TO OUR GROUP IN THE LINE ONCE WE HAVE ARRIVED. ANYONE ARRIVING LATE WILL HAVE TO GO TO THE END OF THE LINE. (Their rules not ours)

3. You can RSVP for more than one person ONLY if you plan to bring a friend with you to wait in the line that morning.

Can I come alone?Yes 99% of those coming in the morning will likely come on their own.

How many will be coming? We normally have 10 people coming for the morning wait.

What if it rains? They still give out the tickets unless it looks like it is going to be a wash out that night. We will send updates.

What should I bring in the morning?A blanket or folding chair, a book, a game to share with the group. You can bring food or purchase at Deli.

About the show:

"Julius Caesar can be read as a warning parable to those who try to fight for democracy by undemocratic means.


To fight the tyrant does not mean imitating him." Oskar Eustis

The Public Theaters Artistic Director Oskar Eustis directsJULIUS CAESAR,Shakespeares play of politics and power, last seen in the Park 17 years ago. Romes leader, Julius Caesar, is a force unlike any the city has seen. Magnetic, populist, irreverent, he seems bent on absolute power. A small band of patriots, devoted to the countrys democratic traditions, must decide how to oppose him. Shakespeares political masterpiece has never felt more contemporary.

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