In case you are unfamiliar, Shakespeare in the Park is New York City's annual free Shakespeare event in Central Park. They produce two shows each season, and free tickets may be obtained either online through a lottery system or the day of the production at 12 noon. Of course, people who want the tickets at 12 noon need to start lining up early, and bring snacks, magazines, and blankets to hunker down for hours in order to secure a ticket (we got there at 7:30am and were probably some of the last to get tickets to the production).
|"To pee, or not to pee. That is the question."|
|"Alas, poor squirrel. I knew him."|
|"If music be the food of love, play on (unless, of course, you have actual food)."|
|"Give thy thoughts no tongue, and thy shoes no sniffs."|
1. Check the weather. Once you get to the line you can't leave for a prolonged period, and you don't want your pup suffering through sweltering heat or pouring rain!
2. Bring water and toys to keep your pup entertained. There is also a deli that delivers to the line in case you or your four legged friend need some extra snacks!
3. Bring some friends! They can come in handy with holding your pup in case you need to make a trip to the restrooms or Starbucks after you get your tickets.
You can check out this year's show schedule here. And be sure to like Little Holly's Big World on our new Facebook page!!
Until Next Time, Darlings! Parting is such sweet sorrow!!