Seven years into the Trojan War, would-be lovers Troilus and Cressida pine for each other, encouraged by the hilarious Pandarus. Meanwhile, Paris, Hector and Achilles fight over the fate of Helen of Troy. A rare opportunity to see Shakespeare's funny, insightful and cynical take on the heroes of the Iliad.

February 6th performance at Thomas Edison High School is not open to the public.

Reservations suggested for February 9th performance at the Alice Austen House
-- Call (718) 816-4506 x10 or email info@aliceausten.org


No tickets and no lines.
Bring blankets or low chairs and picnic fare.

This programming is made possible in part with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. Discretionary funding allocated by New York City Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer and Queens Borough President Melinda Katz. Program funding also provided by The Davee Foundation, and capital funding provided by The Hyde & Watson Foundation.

No alcohol or glass bottles permitted at Gantry Plaza State Park

All performances are free and open to the public.
Running time: 90 minutes.
Fun for the whole family.
Bring a blanket or low chair and picnic fare
and enjoy a Shakespeare play in the open air.