The Drilling Company presents a free outdoor production of Shakespeare's last play. More…
When providence and sorcery land a treacherous brother and a king on an enchanted island, the exiled Duke Prospero and his daughter Miranda get a second chance to reclaim their rightful status. In this production of Shakespeare's beloved farewell to the stage, righteous anger gives way to love and forgiveness.
See it if It's free Shakespeare outdoors. You like Shakespeare's songs and fools.
Don't see it if You're expecting anything as lavish as the Public's production or a full-blown 220-minute Shakespeare production.
See it if enjoy outdoor performance that requires some compromise but captures the gist of the story and manages some flourish.
Don't see it if outdoor performance in a busy midtown park is too distracting, especially when sound system is inadequate.
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