BOTTOM LINE: Shakespeare in the Parking Lot’s Romeo and Juliet takes advantage of an urban environment and features great performers.
It can be difficult to get tickets to the Public's Shakespeare in the Park. But New York has a few alternatives to enjoy the Bard’s classics under the stars. The Drilling Company's Shakespeare in the Parking Lot celebrates its 25th season with a production of Romeo and Juliet set on the Lower East Side in the early 1990s. Don’t let the “scrappy” aesthetic veer you away...
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