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RICHARD III - Public Supporter
RICHARD III - Public Supporter Tickets

RICHARD III - Public Supporter Tickets

New York
21 Jun 2022 - 17 Jul 2022
Free Shakespeare in the Park is back, and its as star-studded as ever.

Tony Award nominee Robert O’Hara (Slave Play, The Public’s Barbecue) brings his sharp wit and story-telling genius to The Delacorte with a bold new production of RICHARD III. One of Shakespeare’s most indelible villains, Richard is determined to be King. Following his lust for power and the throne, he manipulates, kidnaps, and kills all who stand between him and his throne, using brilliant words and dark charm to conceal his dismantling of government and justice. This masterful dive into the muddy middle between political genius and violent power grab will open Free Shakespeare in the Park’s 60th Season with piercing relevancy and electrifying drama.

Run time

2 hrs, 40 mins (with 20 min intermission)

Opening date

June 21st, 2022

Closing date

July 17th, 2022



Previews from

June 20th, 2022

Cast and creative

By: William Shakespeare Director: Robert O'Hara Cast list: Danai Gurira (as Richard III), Ali Stroker (as Anne), Daniel J. Watts (as Catesby Ratcliffe), Wyatt Cirbus (as Prince of Wales), Sanjit De Silva (as Buckingham), Sam Duncan (as Duke of York), Monique Holt (as Duchess of York), Gregg Mozgala (as King Edward IV/Richmond), Paul Niebanck (as George), Michael Potts (as Lord Stanley), Ariel Shafir (as Lord Hastings), Heather Alicia Simms (as Queen Elizabeth), Sharon Washington (as Queen Margaret), Maleni Chaitoo, Thaddeus Fitzpatrick, Skyler Gallun, Sarah Nina Hayon, Matthew Jeffers, Matt Monaco, Xavier Pacheco, Marcus Rae Perez, Grace Porter, N'yomi Stewart Design: Myung Hee Cho Lighting: Alex Jainchill Costume: Dede Ayite Sound: Elisheba Ittoop Other info: Hair and wig design by Mia Neal, fight direction by Teniece Divya Johnson and Jeremy Sample, intimacy direction by Teniece Divya Johnson, movement direction by Byron Easley