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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 St. and Central Park West, Manhattan. 7 p.m. Info: (212) 252-4531 or www.newyorkclassical.org.

> The Australia Project. Thirteen new plays explore 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. Kraine Theater, 85 E. Fourth St., Manhattan. 8 p.m. $18. Info: (866) 811-4111.

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.

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. Today only, tickets are also available from 1 to 3 p.m. at Aaron Davis Hall, West 135th St. and Convent Ave., Manhattan.

The TIPA Project: Poets and Peacemakers. A program of readings celebrating the lives and work of Nobel Prize–winning writers and Nobel Peace Prize winners. Brían F. O'Byrne, Tony Lo Bianco, Wendie Malick, Dan Lauria, Betsy von Furstenberg, and others will read works of Wole Soyinka, Boris Pasternak, William Faulkner, Derek Walcott, Elie Wiesel, and other Nobel Prize winners. St. Peter's Church, Citicorp Center, Lexington Ave. and East 54th St., Manhattan. 12:30–2 p.m. Info: (212) 567-0666.

> All's Well That Ends Well. See Fri., June 16.

> The Australia Project. See Fri., June 16.

Celebrate Brooklyn!: Laurie Anderson and Chirgilchin. Performance artist Laurie Anderson performs new, old, and improvised music and stories. With the Tuvan throat singers of Chirgilchin. Prospect Park Bandshell, Ninth Street and Prospect Park West, Park Slope, Brooklyn. 7:30 p.m., rain or shine. $3 suggested donation. Info: (718) 855-7882, ext. 45, or www.celebratebrooklyn.org.

King Lear by William Shakespeare. Presented by the Boomerang Theatre Company; directed by Philip Emeott. Today's performance is in Central Park, 69th Street and Central Park West, Manhattan. 2 p.m. Info: www.boomerangtheatre.org.

> Much Ado About Nothing. See Fri., June 16.

> Shakespeare in the Park: Macbeth. See Fri., June 16. Tickets are also available today from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Snug Harbor Cultural Center, 1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island.

> All's Well That Ends Well. See Fri., June 16.

> The Australia Project. See Fri., June 16.

> King Lear. See Sat., June 17.

> Shakespeare in the Park: Macbeth. See Fri., June 16.

"Tap Jam at Capezio." The Tap City Youth Ensemble and surprise guests perform, with the audience invited to join in for the Shim Sham. Presented by the American Tap Dance Foundation. Capezio, 1650 Broadway (on 51st Street), Manhattan. 5–6 p.m. Info: (646) 230-9564.

HBO Bryant Park Summer Film Festival. Tonight's film is Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds (1963). Bryant Park, Sixth Avenue (between 40th and 42nd streets), Manhattan. Lawn opens at 5 p.m. for blankets and picnicking; film begins at dusk (8–9 p.m.). Info: www.bryantpark.org.

River to River Festival: Multiple Undo & Other Distortions. A performance by Douglas Dunn with Elke Rindfleisch and her dancers. Elevated Acre, 55 Water St., Manhattan. 12:30 p.m. Info: www.rivertorivernyc.com.

New Downtown Now. Readings of excerpts from 10 new experimental plays in the debut edition of the anthology New Downtown Now: Interim by Barbara Cassidy, Tragedy by Will Eno, Nine Come by Elana Greenfield, Shufu-Sachiko and Enoshima Island by Madelyn Kent, The Appeal by Young Jean Lee, The Vomit Talk of Ghosts by Kevin Oakes, Ajax (por nobody) by Alice Tuan, Apparition by Anne Washburn, and Demon Baby by Erin Courtney. There will also be a discussion with the playwrights, editor Mac Wellman, and Jeffrey M. Jones. Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Ave., Manhattan. 6:30 p.m. A reception will follow.

River to River Festival: Son Volt. The country-punk-flavored rock band performs. 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. See Fri., June 16.

"Ballet in New York City." Today's films are David Hahn's "In a Rehearsal Room" (1977), with Cynthia Gregory and Ivan Nagy, and Frederick Wiseman's Ballet (1995). Donnell Library Center Auditorium, 20 W. 53rd St., Manhattan. 2:30 p.m.

> Midsummer Night Swing. In celebration of Gay Pride Month, Lincoln Center presents dancing under the stars to disco, soul, and funk. Martha Wash ("It's Raining Men"), Ari Gold, and the all-female band Sister Funk will perform. Josie Robertson Plaza, Lincoln Center, Columbus Ave. and West 63rd St., Manhattan. Dance lesson, 6:30 p.m.; music and dancing, 7:30 p.m. $15. Tickets: Avery Fisher Hall (Broadway at 65th Street), (212) 721-6500, or www.lincolncenter.org.

> Much Ado About Nothing. See Fri., June 16.

> Shakespeare in the Park: Macbeth. See Fri., June 16.

> All's Well That Ends Well. See Fri., June 16.

"Art and Activism: Contemporary LGBT Arts and Protest." Today's film is J.T. Foster's Coventry (1998), with a special appearance at the screening by the director. Donnell Library Center Auditorium, 20 W. 53rd St., Manhattan. 2:30 p.m.

> The Australia Project. See Fri., June 16. Tonight's plays are "Melbourne" by Stephen Belber, "Famished" by Frank Basloe, "Out of Nothing" by Kathryn Walat, and "Terra Australis Incognito" by Trista Baldwin.

BAM Rhythm & Blues Festival: Odetta. The folk singer and guitarist performs. With Catherine Russell. MetroTech Commons (Flatbush and Myrtle avenues), Brooklyn. Noon–2 p.m. Info: (718) 636-4100 or www.bam.org.

> Much Ado About Nothing. See Fri., June 16.

> Shakespeare in the Park: Macbeth. See Fri., June 16.

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