Arts, Culture & Fun presents Pericles, by The Public Theater's Mobile Shakespeare Unit
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
11:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
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Watch The Public Theater put on a very special performance of Shakespeare's Pericles inside the Recreation Center!
Pericles, Prince of Tyre, was one of Shakespeare’s most popular plays in his own time. A tale of riddles, revenge, and perilous adventure, Pericles tells the story of a prince whose life is threatened after he solves the puzzle of a murderous king. Forced to flee across the seas, he embarks on an odyssey that will see him fall in love, lose a daughter, and eventually recover everything he thought he’d lost. Directed by Rob Melrose.
This free performance is part of NYC Parks' Arts, Culture & Fun Series. The Public Theater's Mobile Shakespeare Unit is putting on the show as part of their long-standing commitment to making Shakespeare accessible to all.
Space is limited. To attend, simply RSVP by calling (718) 771-2787 or emailing Brooklyn.RSVP@parks.nyc.gov.