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Red Hook »

18 Things to Do This Week in New York City's Neighborhoods

Enjoy wage-gap drinking, "Jurassic Park" in the park and raw chocolate-bar making this week.

Lower East Side »

Latino Spin on Shakespeare's 'Midsummer Night's' Features 15-Foot Puppets

The adaption is intended to make the play more accessible to local audiences, said the play's director.

Washington Heights »

7 Things to Do Uptown This Weekend

Immerse yourself in the Uptown arts scene or get lost in the wilderness.

Carroll Gardens »

'Macbeth' Turned Into Tale of Torture by Theater Troupe

"The Witches" is an immersive adaptation of the Shakespeare play, staged in a Carroll Gardens gallery. 

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Weeklong Shakespeare Fest Celebrates the Bard's 450th Birthday

The Will-A-Thon festival hopes to bring the language of Shakespeare to New York audiences. 

Inwood »

Shakespeare Saturdays Bring Poems and Sonnets Back to Inwood Public Library

Shakespeare Saturdays kicks off its spring 2014 season at the Inwood Library on Feb. 8.

Greenpoint »

Free Shakespeare Classic Coming to Greenpoint Park

McGolrick Park is hosting free performances of "As You Like It" starting this weekend.

Corona »

Theater Company Brings Shakespeare to Queens Parks

Free Shakespeare performances are coming to Queens parks.

Carroll Gardens »

Springsteen Tribute Concert to Raise Money for Shakespeare in Carroll Park

The performance by a Carroll Gardens theatre group will be held at The Living Room on Sunday.

Hunts Point »

Hunts Point Children Take on Shakespeare, then Draft Own Play

Younger students will perform "A Midsummer Night's Dream," while older kids present a play they wrote.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Kids Get a Taste of the Bard with Royal Shakespeare Co.

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.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Stella Adler Studio Teaches Teens Shakespeare

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.