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June 18, 2019, 7:30 PM @ Kirby Shakespeare Theatre at Drew University
Alexandre Dumas’ classic tale comes to life on stage in this delightful new adaptation by Ken Ludwig, who brings some formidable ladies into the swashbuckling fray. Join D’Artagnan and his sister Sabine as they journey to Paris to seek their fame and fortune in the world of the musketeers, King Louis VIII, and the powerful Cardinal Richelieu. Witness dazzling swordplay, daring deeds, heroics, and true love in this beloved epic. Renowned fight director and long-time company member, Rick Sordelet directs.
June 18, 2019, 8:00 PM @ The Outdoor Stage at the College of Saint Elizabeth
If you thought The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) was a wild ride, then this “lost play” will knock your socks off! Rowdy, rollicking, zany, silly and irreverent, this is a great production to introduce youngsters to Shakespeare in madcap fashion. Enjoy watching Shakespeare get “roasted” in this wacky spoof as you sit under the stars and witness every character the Bard ever wrote go crashing into each other! We will once again be offering FREE tickets to young people 18 and under, and discounted tickets for customers of Bank of America — our long-time sponsor of the Outdoor Stage.
June 18, 2019, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Helen Whitney Chase Auditorium
Today, twenty bridges link the island to the boroughs of Brooklyn, Queens,
and The Bronx, and to New Jersey. Kevin Woyce will tell the stories of how and why the most famous bridges were built, including the High Bridge of the Croton
Aqueduct, the Brooklyn, Manhattan, Williamsburg, Queensboro, and
Triborough Bridges, and the George Washington Bridge. The program is
illustrated with original photographs and historic images of Manhattan’s
iconic bridges—past and present—and of the city they helped to shape. Please register online for this free program.