How do I get tickets?

All New York Classical Theatre rehearsals and performances are Free and Open to the Public. No tickets or reservations are required. Just show up! With advanced notice, individual assistance can be provided for audience members with disabilities.

How do I get to the performance?

Brookfield Place (formerly the World Financial Center): Go to 250 Vesey Street crossing the West Side Highway and enter Brookfield Place (formerly the World Financial Center).  Take A, C, J, Z, 2, 3, 4, 5 to Fulton Street Transit Center; E to World Trade Center; 1 to Chambers or R to Cortlandt. For a map to our Brookfield Place location click here.

Central Park: Enter the park at West 103rd Street and Central Park West. Take B, C to 103rd Street or take the M10 bus. For a map to our Central Park location click here.

Battery Park: Meet in front of Castle Clinton in Battery Park. Take 4, 5 to Bowling Green, 1 to South Ferry or R to Whitehall. For a map click here.

Prospect Park: Take the 2, 3 subway to Grand Army Plaza and enter the park at the corner of Flatbush Avenue and Grand Army Plaza across from the Brooklyn Public Library. Follow the path crossing under Endale Arch to the gathering place in the Long Meadow. For a map click here.

Please look for MTA service notices before travelling and especially on weekends.

Worried about weather?

If the weather is not bright and crystal clear, just check our homepage before heading out. We keep it up-to-date with the latest information about the evening's performance. For an up-to-the-minute forecast, visit weather.com in Central Park or Battery Park.

What should I bring with me to the performance?

Shows are performed in the early evening, so there are some important things to bring along. Make sure to wear comfortable walking shoes and carry only what you will need for the evening. If you are sensitive to insect bites we also recommend bringing bug repellent. As we do not provide seating, you are welcome to bring folding chairs--but remember, as our productions moves quite frequently (every 10 to 15 minutes), a picnic blanket may be a more convenient option.

For our patrons with physical disabilities

Every show and each venue poses its own unique challenges. Information about our venues can be accessed at the venue websites above. We are committed to making your experience as enjoyable as possible. At your request, we are happy to assign a staff member to help you in anyway. For further questions or more information feel free to contact us before a performance at info@newyorkclassical.org or call 212-662-0760. Please note: we need 24 hours to arrange a staff member for your convenience.

How can I arrange an audition with New York Classical Theatre?

Mail a photo/resume to:
New York Classical Theatre, 64 Fulton Street, Suite 1108, New York, NY 10038.

We will contact you if you are suitable for a position with our company and arrange an audition.

How do I apply for an internship?

Our professional internship program is the backbone of New York Classical Theatre. For each production we hire 7-10 interns through a competitive process beginning in March of each year. For all information, please download our 2014-2015 Internship Brochure.

Where can I learn more about Shakespeare?

There is a wealth of information available on Shakespeare, from complete works online to scholarship, blogs and theater reviews. Below are just a few of our favorites.

Folger Shakespeare Library
Internet Shakespeare Editions
Open Source Shakespeare
Play Shakespeare
Shakespeare Birthplace Trust
The Shakespeare Standard
Shakespeare Theatre Association