“If they were but a week married, they would talk themselves mad.”
This month, our tour with Shakespeare’s MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING continues, and we’d like to highlight a couple of performances in particular that will support great causes:
Sun, March 12 at 2pm
Huntington Free Library & Reading Room
9 Westchester Square, Bronx, NY 10461
Just steps from the 6 train, this 19th century Victorian Gothic gem is the oldest library in the Bronx – in fact, it was there before the Bronx WAS “the Bronx”, and opened four years before the New York Public Library system was even created. This unique venue boasts a Tiffany grandfather clock, the original guest registry dating to 1891 (famous signers include civil rights leader Booker T. Washington), and artwork, fixtures, and furniture original to the building and period. Tickets to this performance are just $10 ($5 for students and seniors) and all ticket proceeds will go towards the preservation of this historic space. Reserve tickets now.