Riverside Park

Todays Date: 06/25/22
Last Update: 07/04/05 03:03:23 PM

Address: W. 89th Street & Riverside Drive
New York, NY   

Location: North Patio of the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument in Riverside Park at West 89th street and Riverside Drive
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Subway Info: Take the 1, 2 or 3 train to 86th Street

History of Productions View Current and Upcoming

Twelfth Night - Or What You Will  | Open: 07/08/05 Close: 07/31/05
This production, set between the two world wars in the mythical land of Illyria, follows Feste (the flyer), Viola (the flapper), Malvolio (the malcontent), Orsino, Olivia (O, whose woes never cease to flow) Sebastian and a swashbuckler, and, of course, Sir Toby Belch and friends as they face love, death and growing up with music, gender-bending mistaken identity, and comedy. With an hour and forty minute run time, this is the perfect way for folks of all ages to spend a brief interlude on a July day.
Much Ado About Nothing  | Open: 07/14/05 Close: 07/31/05
Much Ado About Nothing was written within the space of 1598 and 1599, and is the first of three comedies, that represent Shakespeare's comic genius at its height. Is Hero's reputation lost forever? Will Beatrice and Benedick finally admit their love to each other? Will justice be served? Join us in Riverside Park at the Soldiers and Sailors Monument West 89th and Riverside Drive, North patio. There are stone park benches in place but best to bring your own blanket or portable chair.

An Actors Equity Showcase.