Stacey Yen and Ayana Workman (foreground) and the company in The Public's Mobile Unit production of The Winter's Tale.
Stacey Yen, Ayana Workman, and the company of the Public's Mobile Unit production of The Winter's Tale.
(© Carol Rosegg)

The Public Theater's Mobile Unit production of The Winter's Tale has released production photos. After playing at various correctional facilities, homeless shelters, social service organizations, and other community venues across New York City, the production will play a free three-week run at the Public's Lafayette Street home, November 26-December 17.

Justin Cunningham and Stacey Yen are joined by a puppet cast member.
Justin Cunningham and Stacey Yen are joined by a puppet cast member.
(© Carol Rosegg)

The show's company features Justin Cunningham (Leontes), Christopher Ryan Grant (Antigonus, Old Shepherd), Nina Grollman (Young Shepherd), Nicholas Hoge (Polixenes), Patrena Murray (Paulina), Chris Myers (Florizel), Sathya Sridharan (Camillo), Ayana Workman (Perdita), and Stacey Yen (Hermione).

Justin Cunningham and Nicholas Hoge share a scene in The Winter's Tale.
Justin Cunningham and Nicholas Hoge share a scene in The Winter's Tale.
(© Carol Rosegg)

The Winter's Tale has scenic design by Mariana Sanchez, costume design by Ntokozo Fuzunina Kunene, puppet design by James Ortiz, and music composition by Heather Christian.

Stacey Yen, Chris Myers, and Nina Grollman in The Winter's Tale, directed by Lee Sunday Evans.
Stacey Yen, Chris Myers, and Nina Grollman in The Winter's Tale, directed by Lee Sunday Evans.
(© Carol Rosegg)

All tour performances are free, and performances at Pelham Fritz Recreation Center, Brownsville Recreation Center, Faber Park Field House, Williamsbridge Oval Recreation Center, and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center are also open to the general public via RSVP at publictheater.org. To further the mission and reach of the Mobile Unit, tickets for each performance of the limited run at the Public Theater will be given to community organizations that are unable to host a visit from the tour.

The production will play a free three-week run at the Public's Lafayette Street home, November 26-December 17.
The production will play a free three-week run at the Public's Lafayette Street home, November 26-December 17.
(© Carol Rosegg)

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