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Monday, Aug 10, 2015

Review: 'Cymbeline' at the Delacorte

Review: 'Cymbeline' at the Delacorte

Princess Imogen's fidelity is put to the royal test when her father banishes her soul mate in this summer's second Shakespeare in the Park outing from the Public Theater.

Tuesday, Jun 17, 2014

Celebs Come Out for "Much Ado" Opening & More

Celebs Come Out for "Much Ado" Opening & More

Bryan Cranston, John Lithgow and Jonathan Groff helped kick off the first offering of The Public Theater's free Shakespeare in the Park summer season, a "Much Ado About Nothing" that critics called...

Thursday, Feb 13, 2014

Shakespeare in the Park’s 2014 Season Set

Shakespeare in the Park’s 2014 Season Set

“Much Ado About Nothing” with Lily Rabe and Hamish Linklater and “King Lear” with John Lithgow make up the 2014 free Shakespeare in the Park season.

Tuesday, Jun 18, 2013

Review: TV Stars Enliven Antic “Comedy of Errors”

Review: TV Stars Enliven Antic “Comedy of Errors”

Proving again that brevity is the soul of wit, Hamish Linklater and Jesse Tyler Ferguson pack a load of laughs into a brisk Delacorte romp

Tuesday, Feb 12, 2013

Ferguson Signs on for Shakespeare in the Park

Ferguson Signs on for Shakespeare in the Park

The Public Theater's 2013 Shakespeare in the Park season will feature "The Comedy of Errors" and a new musical adaptation of "Love's Labour's Lost."

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Track Fire Causes Major Subway Delays Tuesday Morning

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Trump Taking Aim at Obama Efforts to Curb Global Warming

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Alleged Sword Killer Charged With Murder as Terrorism
Alleged Sword Killer Charged With Murder as Terrorism

The white Army veteran accused of stabbing to death a 66-year-old black stranger with a sword on a Manhattan street last week has been indicted on murder and weapons charges, including murder as crime of terrorism.