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Public Shakespeare Presents: FALSTAFF

Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College (East 68th Street between Park & Lexington Avenues)

Monday, February 11 at 7pm

Public Shakespeare Initiative

Presented in collaboration with the Metropolitan Opera

Please note: This event is ticketed by The Public Theater and all ticketing inquires should to be directed to the Taub Box Office located at 425 Lafayette Street or by calling 212.967.7555. 

All will call tickets will be available in the lobby of The Kaye Playhouse the night of the performance at The Public Theater table. 

The Kaye Playhouse is not ticketing this event. 

In connection with the Metropolitan Opera’s critically acclaimed production of FALSTAFF, the Public Shakespeare Initiative hosts this song and laughter-filled evening of selections from Shakespeare’s domestic comedy The Merry Wives of Windsor and Verdi’s masterful adaptation, his last, and some would say his finest, creation. The brilliant Jay O. Sanders, the star of this season’s heralded Uncle Vanya, and Professor Dympna Callaghan, the William Safire professor of English at Syracuse University, will join Met artists, who will perform excerpts from the opera.

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PRICING
Tickets are $35 plus fees
Member, Public Supporter & Partner tickets are $20


BILLING
With Professor Dympna CallaghanJay O. Sanders, and singers from the Met Opera

All orders subject to $6 per ticket service fee and $2 per ticket facility fee. Service fees are waived when you buy in person at the Box Office. All fees are waived for Public Theater Members and Partners. Performers, prices, and performance details are subject to change.