Free Shakespeare in New York's Central Park will resume for its 1996 season June 18 with Henry V, starring Andre Braugher, through July 14 at the Delacorte Theatre.
Braugher plays Det. Frank Pembleton on the NBC-TV cop drama Homicide: Life on the Street.
Henry V is about young prince Harry's defeat of France. Timon is the story of a Greek nobleman who gets revenge on his false friends who bled him dry, then abandoned him.
Brian Kulick will direct the second production, Timon of Athens, starring Michael Cumpsty which runs Aug. 6 to Sept. 1.
They will be, respectively, the 31st and 32nd productions in NYSF's project to mount every Shakespeare play. The remaining plays: Antony and Cleopatra, Henry VIII and the three parts of Henry VI.Tickets are distributed on the same day of performance, starting at 1 PM at the Delacorte Theatre; also 1-3 PM at the Public Theatre in Greenwich Village.
For information: (212) 539-8650.