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Delacorte Presents Free Nights of “Fall for Dance”

If you’re looking for great outdoor entertainment with but theater in the park is getting a bit more crowded than you like, New York City Center, in collaboration with the Public Theater are presenting “Fall for Dance” free for two nights in September.

Last year saw a successful turnout at Delacorte, the outdoor venue, so the show has been brought back for another showing. This year will feature performances from Hubble Street Dance Chicago, two-time Tony Award choreographer Bill T. Jones and the Arnie Zane Dance Company, as well as Lil Buck and another artist that has yet to be named.

Tickets for the September 12th and 13th shows will be distributed on the day of that show and through a virtual ticket lottery with each recipient getting two passes.

“We couldn’t be more excited to welcome Fall for Dance back to the Delacorte again this year,” said Public Theater Associate Artistic Director Mandy Hackett to Theater Mania. “Partnering with Fall for Dance is a beautiful collaboration as our organizations share common goals and vision of making the arts and culture accessible to all New Yorkers. Experiencing such extraordinary work from the world of dance on the Delacorte stage is utterly thrilling.”

Get more information on the shows here and be sure to check back in with us and report on how they were!

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