'Romeo & Juliet' Playing Downtown

Ian Antal and Connie Castanzo in New York Classical Theatre's production of Shakespeare's "Romeo & Juliet." Photo: Miranda Arden

In June and July, New York Classical Theatre is presenting Romeo & Juliet, the classic tale of two "star-cross'd lovers" by William Shakespeare. Six actors will play all the roles in a fast-paced tour de force production.

All New York Classical Theatre rehearsals and performances are free and open to the public. 

See Downtown performances below. Tickets are not required.

Rockefeller Park/Battery Park City 
Enter at Warren Street & River Terrace
June 27-June 30, 7 p.m.

Bring your own seat or blanket.

The Battery 
Meet in front of Castle Clinton
July 2-15, excluding Thursdays, 7 p.m.

In this production, the audience will follow the actors from place to place as the play moves from scene to scene. The show covers approximately three city blocks over two hours. Check out this 3-minute video to see how it works.

For more information, click here.