Amanda Dillard and Lukas Raphael as Imaogen and Iachimo in "Cymbeline," presented by The Drilling Company's DShakespeare in the Parking Lot. Photo by Lee Wexler/Images for Innovation.  

Forget Shakespeare in the Park. Save yourself some grief and give Shakespeare in the Parking Lot a chance. Shakespeare in the Park is free, and like most things that are free, it’s expensive—it simply imposes its costs on your time and patience rather than directly on your net worth. Not that you cannot buy a ticket for Shakespeare in the Park performances—you can, if you are willing to go through the charade of becoming a “donor” and chipping in $175 to the cause of subsidizing the summer...


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