Seen in Central Park: The surest sign of summer’s return to New York is new shows outdoors at the Delacorte Theatre. The Public Theater space has reopened its door with a new concession stand, Public Fare (try the peanut-butter-and-jelly cookies), and one of its liveliest and most festive productions, Twelfth Night. Shakespeare’s romantic comedy is one of his hardest to get right—a lot goes on in Illyria, what with its numerous mistaken identities and cross-dressings, and without the right ...

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