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The Huffington Post reviews Romeo and Juliet

I recently had the pleasure of waiting a mere six hours to get free tickets to the Public Theater's production of "Much Ado About Nothing" in Central Park. The next night, I breezed into Marcus Garvey Park, no waiting or tickets required, for an equally invigorating production of "Romeo and Juliet," directed with deliberation and [...]

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The New York Times reviews Romeo N Juliet

Hip-hop music from the nearby baseball diamond wafts into Verona. A stray tabby and a cloud of fireflies crowd its lanes. At “Romeo N Juliet,” a free performance staged in an amphitheater at Marcus Garvey Park by the Classical Theater of Harlem, the distractions of an uptown summer evening compete with a centuries-old tragedy. At first, it [...]

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