Free Bilingual And Musical Production Of “The Comedy Of Errors” Coming To Harlem

April 17, 2023

Starting on May 2, 2023, The Public Theater’s Mobile Unit is bringing a bilingual and musical production of William Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors in Harlem.

The production is adapted by Rebecca Martinez and Julián Mesri, to all five boroughs of New York City at no cost.

The all-Latine cast is performing at public plazas, parks, community centers, and more.

The Guardian called Shakespeare’s work of art “It is fun and funny.”

The goal is to empower every New Yorker from Harlem to Hollis – regardless of background, income, age, or familiarity with theater – to enjoy theater, for free and right here in Harlem.


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Here are the Stops in Harlem

Saturday, May 13 at 3:00 p.m.

Marcus Garvey Park (outdoor), 6316 Mount Morris Park West in Harlem

Thursday, May 18 at 4:30 p.m.

Johnny Hartman Plaza (outdoor), Amsterdam Avenue, West 143rd Street, and Hamilton Place in Hamilton Heights

Saturday, May 20 at 4:00 p.m.

Johnny Hartman Plaza (outdoor), Amsterdam Avenue, West 143rd Street, and Hamilton Place in Hamilton Heights

Photo credit: 1) Past Mobile Unit Shows. 2) Past Mobile Unit Shows. 3) Cast Photos by Yuko Kudo.

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