Seen in Central Park: Summer can be a little sleepy where New York theatre is concerned but when Al Pacino is playing Shylock at the Delacorte you rouse yourself and go outdoors for a few hours, hoping for a quality of mercy from the heat and humidity. Pacino starred in a film version of The Merchant of Venice in 2004, but his different, more “theatrical” interpretation of the part is but one highlight of a satisfying production of Shakespeare’s most confounding play. It’s not just the ...

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