Free Shows!

All the no-cost productions playing in NYC right now.

There may be no such thing as a free lunch, but there are definitely free shows! Every summer, New York City's parks, plazas, and even parking lots host alfresco mountings of classics by Shakespeare and his ilk, as well as puppet shows and other fare for families. To see these productions, all you have to spend is your time.

Bluelaces presents this new high-sensory immersive piece for children and teens on the autism spectrum and with other developmental differences, that explores transportation and locomotion! 

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'All Aboard' examines all things plane, train, and automobile throughout time. Initially inspired by New York’s sprawling subway system and its history, it looks at transportation and its evolution through time from horse and buggy, to cross-country trains, airplanes, and rocket ships. The show welcomes audiences ages 5-14 with autism and other developmental differences into an  accessible and welcoming environment. Tickets are free with a suggested donation of $25.

 

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