Following 2017’s triumphant portrayal of Henry V, NYC’s Shakespeare in the Square returns to Arts at the Palace on April 13th- 14th at 7pm for two special performances of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, sponsored by NBT Bank.

Founded in 2010, SHAKESPEARE IN THE SQUARE is a company dedicated to performing classics to the hilt. SITS has produced ten of Shakespeare’s plays in Washington Square Park. Their first indoor production, The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, ran for four weeks at The Gym at Judson, an Off-Broadway theatre across the street from their outdoor stage. SITS Company Members have worked on Broadway (The Heidi Chronicles, This is Our Youth), Off-Broadway (Punchdrunk, Theatre for a New Audience), TV (“Law and Order,” “The Affair” on Showtime), and Regional Theater (Signature Theatre, American Shakespeare Center). When they’re not performing, Company Members also teach workshops and classes at schools up and down the East Coast. To learn more about Shakespeare in the Square, visit

Puck / Theseus / Flute will be played by Rebeca Miller. Miller has worked regionally in theatre at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis and Florida Studio Theatre, and toured nationally with Theatreworks USA. In New York she has been privileged to work with: Classic Stage Company, On The Rocks Theatre Company, New York Shakespeare Exchange, The Box Collective, Snorks and Pins, Everyday Inferno, and the NYC Fringe Festival. She has worked with playwrights developing new work at: The Ensemble Studio Theatre, Columbia University, New Georges, and Pulse Ensemble Theatre. TV/ New Media Credits Include: The Perfect Murder (Investigation Discovery), Don’t Shoot The Messenger (You Tube) and The Chanticleer (YouTube). Rebeca also works as a Costumed Interpreter at The Lower East Side Tenement Museum.

Tickets are $20. Limited seating available per night.