FREE SHOWS TO SEE IN NEW YORK THIS SUMMER
Hudson Warehouse"Classics are a specialty of the resident theater company at the Bernie Wohl Arts Center on the Upper West Side. This summer the troupe goes swashbuckler with Susane Lee’s "The Three Musketeers: Four Plays Over Four Years" (through July 23) and Shakespeare’s "Henry V" (July 27-Aug. 30). All performances are at the north patio of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument in Riverside Park, West 89th Street and Riverside Drive. Admission is pay what you can, and no advance tickets are required."
— Erik Piepenburg – The New York Times 11/11/2019
BEST OUTDOOR THEATER:
"Sure, Central Park had Anne Hathaway's star power, but something about Hudson Warehouse's 'Other Free Shakespeare in the Park' summer-long series in Riverside Park won us over."
— L Magazine, August 2009
"One of the greatest free cultural institutions in the city."
Hudson Warehouse's 14th Summer Season is made possible in part with public funds from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.
"The music was a wind in the sail of this lovely production and the costumes and makeup, were just simply grand. As a fellow actor I admire your great work and on behalf of my wife Diana and myself, thank you, thank you for a splendid evening."
— Malachy McCourt