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All's Well That Ends Well by William Shakespeare. Presented by New York Classical Theatre at various locations in Central Park, as the audience follows the actors to a new setting every 7 to 10 minutes. Directed by Jay Paul Skelton. Central Park, West 103rd Street and Central Park West, Manhattan. 7 p.m. Info: (212) 252-4531 or www.newyorkclassical.org.

Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare. Presented by the Inwood Shakespeare Festival. Directed by Ted Minos. Inwood Hill Park Peninsula (enter at 218th Street and Indian Road or Isham Street and Seaman Avenue), Manhattan. 7:30 p.m. Info: www.moosehallisf.org or www.inwoodshakespearefestival.com.

>All's Well That Ends Well. See Fri., June 9.

>Much Ado About Nothing. See Fri., June 9.

"Walk on White Street: A Celebration of the Arts." Art exhibitions, dance classes, performances, and workshops for adults and children, presented by Battery Dance Company, Blue Coyote Theater Group, Access Theater, Manhattan Children's Theatre, and SoHo Photo Gallery. White Street (between Lafayette Street and West Broadway), Manhattan. 11 a.m.–7 p.m. Info: (646) 309-2598 or www.walkonwhite.org.

>All's Well That Ends Well. See Fri., June 9.

Thalia Free Outdoors Festival/Thalia Al Aire Libre. Thalia Spanish Theatre presents duets, arias, and more from famous Spanish operettas, performed by professional opera singers. Thomson Hill Park/Noonan Playground, Greenpoint Avenue (between 42nd and 43rd streets), Sunnyside, Queens. 1–2 p.m. (Rain date: June 25.) Info: (718) 729-3880 or www.thaliatheatre.org.

>"Broadway Salutes Yiddish." A concert to benefit the Folksbiene Yiddish Theatre, now in its 91st consecutive season, honoring Bel Kaufman, author of Up the Down Staircase and granddaughter of Sholom Aleichem; painter and filmmaker Mira Van Doren; and financier Feliks Frenkel. Starring Theodore Bikel, Tovah Feldshuh, Fyvush Finkel, Sheldon Harnick, Judy Kaye, Leonard Nimoy, and others, with the Billy Joel Band and members of the original Broadway casts of Jersey Boys, Mamma Mia!, and Movin' Out. Town Hall, 123 W. 43rd St., Manhattan. 7:30 p.m. $75–$500. Tickets and info: (212) 213-2120 or www.folksbiene.org.

Yit, Ngay (One, Two) by Michael Lew. A reading of the play, about four estranged sisters growing up across continents, two in China and two in America. Directed by Loy Arcenas. New Dramatists, 424 W. 44th St., Manhattan. 3 p.m. RSVP to (212) 757-6960.

River to River Festival 2006: Eels. The indie rock band performs, with opening act Smoosh. World Financial Center Plaza (between West, Vesey, and Liberty streets and the Hudson River), Battery Park City, Manhattan. 7 p.m. Info: www.rivertorivernyc.com.

Shakespeare in the Park: Macbeth. Starring Liev Schreiber; directed by Moisés Kaufman. Delacorte Theater, Central Park. 8:30 p.m. Tickets are distributed the day of the performance at the Delacorte starting at 1 p.m. and at the Public Theater (425 Lafayette St., Manhattan) from 1 to 3 p.m. Two tickets per person. Info: (212) 260-2400 or www.publictheater.org.

>The Bad Girl Launch Party. BadGirl Productions, a new theatre company, hosts a launch party. Kate Kearney's, 251 E. 50th St., Manhattan. 7–9 p.m. $25 (includes drinks, food, and goodies). Info: www.badgirlproductions.org.

"Ballet in New York City." Today's films are "Robert Joffrey Ballet" (1965), "Harkness Ballet: Triple Exposure" (1967), and "Rhythmetron: The Dance Theatre of Harlem Featuring Arthur Mitchell" (1973). Donnell Library Center Auditorium, 20 W. 53rd St., Manhattan. 2:30 p.m.

Much Ado About Nothing. See Fri., June 9.

…," said Said by Ken Lin. A reading of the play, by Princess Grace Award winner Lin, about Nobel Prize–winning poet Andre Said, his daughter, and the tension between the deeds of one's past and present. New Dramatists, 424 W. 44th St., Manhattan. 2:30 p.m. RSVP to (212) 757-6960.

>Shakespeare in the Park: Macbeth. See Tue., June 13.

>All's Well That Ends Well. See Fri., June 9.

>The Australia Project. A series of 13 new plays explores the land Down Under and its relationship to the United States; presented by the Production Company. Tonight's plays are "I Am Ned Kelly" by Beau Willimon, "Ethnic Cleansing Day" by Brett Neveu, "Ease" by Betty Shamieh, and "Bobo an' Spyder an' a Girl From Down Under" by Brett C. Leonard. 8 p.m. Kraine Theater, 85 E. Fourth St., Manhattan. $18. Info: (866) 811-4111.

"Art and Activism: Contemporary LGBT Arts and Protest." Today's films are Jon Jones' When I'm 64 (2004) at 2:30 p.m. and John Catania and Charles Ignacio's The Lady in Question Is Charles Busch (2005), starring Charles Busch, at 6 p.m. Busch, Catania, and Ignacio will appear at the evening screening. Donnell Library Center Auditorium, 20 W. 53rd St., Manhattan.

BAM Rhythm & Blues Festival: The Campbell Brothers. MetroTech Commons (Flatbush and Myrtle avenues), Brooklyn. Noon–2 p.m. Info: (718) 636-4100 or www.bam.org.

Celebrate Brooklyn!: Maceo Parker. The funk saxophonist and his band perform. Prospect Park Bandshell, Ninth St. and Prospect Park West, Park Slope, Brooklyn. 8 p.m., rain or shine. $3 suggested donation. Info: (718) 855-7882, ext. 45, or www.celebratebrooklyn.org.

Much Ado About Nothing. See Fri., June 9.

>Shakespeare in the Park: Macbeth. See Tue., June 13.

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