Shakespeare Festival at Inwood Hill Park, 2015

When:
June 3, 2015 – August 1, 2015 all-day America/New York Timezone
2015-06-03T00:00:00-04:00
2015-08-02T00:00:00-04:00
Where:
Inwood Hill Park
New York, NY 10034
USA
Cost:
Free

Shakespeare Festival at Inwood Hill Park, 2015

In Inwood Hill Park located in upper Manhattan, produced by the

Moose Hall Theatre Company

Inwood Hill Park Penninsula
Entrances at 218th Street
& Indian Road, NYC
And at Isham Street & Seaman Avenue

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INWOOD SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL 2015  PRESENTS

THEIR 16TH SEASON OF FREE THEATRE IN INWOOD HILL PARK PENINSULA

SEASON OF THE REBELLIOUS & THE ROYAL

Drama

William Shakespeare’s HAMLETHENRY IV

Music

FREE CHILDREN’S CONCERT IN INWOOD HILL PARK PENINSULA

THE WITCH’S CAT WHO LOST HER SPELLS

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HAMLET by William Shakespeare

12 Performance dates

Wednesdays through Saturdays, June 3 – 20. 7:30 PM

In Inwood Hill Park Peninsula.  FREE

ISF kicks off its season with William Shakespeare’s, HAMLET. Directed by Ted Minos. Costumes by Catherine Bruce. Music by Luke St. Francis.

Shakespeare’s great revenge tragedy of timeless questions, universal themes and infinite imagination.

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HENRY IV by William Shakespeare

12 Performance dates

Wednesdays through Saturdays, July 15 – August 1. 7:00 PM

In Inwood Hill Park Peninsula.  FREE

William Shakespeare’s historic/fiction epic. HENRY IV parts 1 & 2 condensed into one play, bursting with life, adventure, intrigue and boundless wit. Costumes by Catherine Bruce. Music by Luke St. Francis.  Directed by Ted Minos.

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YOUTH PROGRAMMING

FREE CHILDREN’S CONCERT: Listen relax, delight your ears and excite your imagination!

THE WITCH’S CAT WHO LOST HER SPELLS

and other selections.

1 Performance date

Monday, July 27th 7:00 PM FREE

(rain dates July 29, 30 or 31 5:30 PM Inwood Hill Park Peninsula)

Performed by the Moose Hall Chamber Ensemble.

Musical Director Gil Dejean, in Inwood Hill Park Peninsula, Inwood NYC.

All performances are wheelchair accessible and free of charge at Inwood Hill Park Peninsula. Entrances at 218th Street and Indian Road and also Isham Street and Seaman Avenue,  in northernmost Manhattan. Bring Your Own Blanket (or backrest).

The cast members of a previous year's performance of Orthello.

The cast members of a previous year’s performance of Orthello.

Directions:

BUS

  • Bus: Bx7, Bx20 and M100 to 207th Street Entrance 218th Street & Indian Road

The “A” Train

  • Take the A train to it’s terminus at 207th street.
  • Exit the station at the North exit.
  • Come above ground at the intersection of Isham Street and Broadway. An easy landmark is the Church of the Good Shepherd on the corner.
  • Proceed west on Isham street to it’s terminus at Seaman avenue.
  • Cross to the Park side of Seaman Avenue.
  • Proceed north to 214th Street.
  • Take a left and proceed down the hill. This street becomes Indian Road.
  • Proceed to the terminus of Indian Road at 218th Street.
  • Entrance to the park is to the left. Follow the road straight back, cross the bridge, pass the Ecology center on your left.
  • Performance area is on the lawn directly ahead.

The “#1” Train

  • Take the #1 train to 215th Street.
  • Exit the station walk West on 215th Street to it’s terminus at Broadway.
  • Walk north to 218th Street turn left.
  • Proceed to it’s terminus which is the entrance to Inwood Hill Park.
  • Enter the park. Follow the road straight back, cross the bridge, pass the Ecology center on your left
  • Performance area is on the lawn directly ahead.

CAR

  • Entrance to Inwood Hill Park is 218 and Indian Road or Isham Street & Seaman Avenue
  • Northbound – Henry Hudson Parkway (9A) from downtown Manhattan or GW Bridge: Take the Dyckman Street Exit
  • Turn Left at Broadway (2nd light)
  • Go to north 218th Street take Left
  • Proceed west until you reach Inwood Hill Park
  • From Fordham Road/207th Street Bridge: Take 207th Street to Seaman Avenue
  • Take Right to 218th Street
  • Take Left to Inwood Hill Park

 

Shakespeare

 

FREE THEATRE IN INWOOD HILL PARK PENINSULA
INWOOD SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL (ISF),

with support from the City of New York Parks and Recreation, will launch its ninth annual season of free outdoor theatre in Inwood Hill Park.

All performances are wheelchair accessible, free of charge and begin at 7:30 p.m.at Inwood Hill Park Peninsula. Entrances to the park are at 218th Street and Indian Road and also Isham Street and Seaman Avenue, in northernmost Manhattan. Bring Your Own Blanket (or backrest).
FREE OF CHARGE
Dates subject to change or cancellation due to weather conditions – confirm on day of performance / call: 917-918-0394

 

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