SAY: The Stuttering Association for the Young – SAY's Benefit Auction 2014
Auction Ends: Jun 12, 2014 06:00 PM EDT


Skip the line - Win Tickets to Shakespeare in the Park!

Item Number
Estimated Value
$397 USD to nanellen7
Number of Bids
20  -  Bid History

Item Description

Have you ever waited in line over night in Central Park to see the city's finest productions of Shakespeare? Well, wait not this summer! The winner of this lot receives 2 tickets to their choice of 1 performance in this year's Shakespeare in the Park productions! This summer, The Public Theater's Shakespeare in the Park brings you Much Ado About Nothing and King Lear.


Directed by JACK O’BRIEN

Featuring LILY RABE  and


Hamish Linklater (The Comedy of Errors, “Crazy Ones”) and Tony® nominee Lily Rabe (The Merchant of Venice, “American Horror Story”) return to Shakespeare in the Park as the wisecracking, would-be lovers Beatrice and Benedick in the beloved romantic comedy MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. Three-time Tony winner Jack O’Brien (Macbeth, The Nance) directs this skirmish of wit between two self-declared bachelors tricked by mischief-making friends into falling in love against their will and in spite of their own hearts.

Much Ado About Nothing has performances from June 3rd - July 6th. 




This summer, revenge, rage, grief and madness thunder upon the Delacorte as Tony® and Emmy® Award winner John Lithgow (The Columnist, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, “3rd Rock from the Sun”) takes the stage as one of theater’s great tragic heroes, KING LEAR. Tony winner Daniel Sullivan (The Comedy of Errors, The Merchant of Venice) directs Shakespeare’s classic drama about a King who loses everything—including his mind—when he betrays his favorite daughter, and finds himself betrayed in return.

KING LEAR has performances July 22nd - August 17th.

Please vist for more information and the full calendar of performance dates.

Continuing the work of its visionary founder, Joseph Papp, The Public Theater is dedicated to developing an American theater that is accessible and relevant to all people. Creating theater for one of the largest and most diverse audience bases in New York City for nearly 60 years, today The Public engages audiences in a variety of venues – beginning with Free Shakespeare in the Park.

Celebrating its 52nd Anniversary, the Delacorte Theater officially opened in Central Park on June 18, 1962 with The Merchant of Venice, directed by Joseph Papp and Gladys Vaughan and featuring George C. Scott as Shylock.The Merchant of Venice was followed that summer by a production of The Tempest, directed by Gerald Freedman and featuring Paul Stevens as Prospero and James Earl Jones as Caliban. The first Delacorte summer season concluded with King Lear, directed by Joseph Papp and Gladys Vaughan and featuring Frank Silvera as Lear. Since then more than 100 productions have been presented for free at the Delcorte Theater. Highlights of past Delacorte productions include Othello in 1964 with James Earl Jones; Hamlet in 1975 with Sam Waterston; The Taming of the Shrew in 1978 with Raul Julia and Meryl Streep; The Pirates of Penzance in 1980 with Kevin Kline and Linda Ronstadt; Henry V in 1984 with Kevin Kline; Much Ado About Nothing in 1988 with Kevin Kline and Blythe Danner;Richard III in 1990 with Denzel Washington; Othello in 1991 with Raul Julia and Christopher Walken; The Tempest in 1995 with Patrick Stewart; The Seagull in 2001 with Natalie Portman, Meryl Streep, Kevin Kline and Philip Seymour Hoffman; Mother Couragein 2006 with Meryl Streep and Kevin Kline; Macbeth in 2006 with Liev Schreiber; HAIR in 2008 with Jonathan Groff and Will Swenson; Twelfth Night in 2009 with Anne Hathaway; The Merchant of Venice in 2010 with Al Pacino and Lily Rabe; As You Like Itwith Lily Rabe and Stephen Sondheim’s Into The Woods with Amy Adams, Denis O’Hare, and Donna Murphy in 2012; and most recently, last summer’s acclaimed production of The Comedy of Errors with Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Hamish Linklater, and Alex Timbers and Michael Friedman’s world premiere musical adaptation of Love’s Labour’s Lost.

Special Instructions

Offer for two (2) tickets to 1 performance: either Much Ado About Nothing OR King Lear.

Much Ado About Nothing has performances from June 3rd - July 6th. 

KING LEAR has performances July 22nd - August 17th.

Tickets must be reserved no less than two weeks in advance. Offer not valid for gala or special event performances. Tickets subject to availability.