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Monuments

Dancing Goat

Dancing Goat

Goat standing on hind legs on integral plinth on pedestal in center of fountain basin

Daniel Draper

Daniel Draper

Tablet on front wall of tower

Daniel Webster

Daniel Webster

Standing figure with intergral plinth, on pedestal

Deer

Deer

Bas-relief

Delacorte Clock

Delacorte Clock

Three-tiered mechanical clock; bottom level has six animal figures marching around clock tower in igrillwork frame; clock faces above the animals; clock tower topped by two monkeys and bell; clock is on top of arched gateway; two plaques

Dr. James Marion Sims

Dr. James Marion Sims

Standing figure with integral plinth on pedestal with supporting piers right and left, each bearing an inscribed roundel on its face

Drinking Fountain

Drinking Fountain

Drinking fountain

Duke Ellington Memorial

Duke Ellington Memorial

Standing figure (heroic scale) before a grand piano on a circular platform supported by three groups of three caryatids on three triform columns, integral plinth, two plaques on pedestal

Eagles

Eagles

8 sculptured eagles

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The Public Theater’s Free Shakespeare in the Park production of Troilus and Cressida will contain effects including the use of loud sounds, blank gunshots, and simulated explosions. The production will run nightly through August 14 at the Delacorte Theater (located mid-park at 80th Street on the southwest corner of the Great Lawn). Please visit the Public Theater's website for more information about the show and its special effects.
Anticipated Completion: 08/14/2016

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