Enjoy wage-gap drinking, "Jurassic Park" in the park and raw chocolate-bar making this week.
The adaption is intended to make the play more accessible to local audiences, said the play's director.
Immerse yourself in the Uptown arts scene or get lost in the wilderness.
"The Witches" is an immersive adaptation of the Shakespeare play, staged in a Carroll Gardens gallery.
The Will-A-Thon festival hopes to bring the language of Shakespeare to New York audiences.
Shakespeare Saturdays kicks off its spring 2014 season at the Inwood Library on Feb. 8.
McGolrick Park is hosting free performances of "As You Like It" starting this weekend.
Free Shakespeare performances are coming to Queens parks.
The performance by a Carroll Gardens theatre group will be held at The Living Room on Sunday.
Younger students will perform "A Midsummer Night's Dream," while older kids present a play they wrote.
More than 800 New York City kids, ages 8 to 14, are getting a taste of theater with the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Park Avenue Armory.
A hand-picked group of teens from all over the city are preparing for a performance of Julius Caesar at the Stella Adler Studio on 27th Street.
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