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You’ve probably heard about NYC’s Shakespeare in the Park – it’s one of the most anticipated city events in the Summer. To give you a bit of history, Shakespeare in the Park is created by Joseph Papp in the 1960s. The Public Theatre’s show gives viewers free productions based on the works of William Shakespeare.

This season offers Twelfth Night and is being played from July 17th to August 19th 2018. This production is directed by Oskar Eustis and Kwame Kwei-Armah. Performances are usually from Tuesday to Sunday, starting at 8pm. The show is in Delacorte Theater in Central Park, and there are available instructions on Google on how to score free tickets to the show, and we’ve linked one here

The best part of this annual program is that whatever the weather is, they do not cancel scheduled shows – however the crowd is not allowed to bring umbrellas, so make sure to get the comfiest ponchos – designs are available on our website!

See our favorite poncho from the collection that will definitely suit your Shakespeare night: https://aprilmarin.com/products/katelyn-poncho-black?variant=38751240201

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