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CHRISTINE BARANSKI, MATT DAMON, & GLORIA REUBEN
JOIN THE FREE PUBLIC FORUM!

The Public Theater and The Aspen Institute Arts Program Present
A Free Public Forum Event
WHAT ARE WE WORTH?
SHAKESPEARE, MONEY, AND MORALS

Christine Baranski, Matt Damon, and Gloria Reuben join the previously announced Alan Alda, Marsha Stephanie Blake, Raúl Esparza, Hamish Linklater, Jesse L. Martin, Lily Rabe, and Vanessa Redgrave for readings from Shakespeare's plays.

Plus a town-hall discussion led by renowned political philosopher, Harvard professor, and best-selling author Michael Sandel

Monday, June 17 at 8pm
The Delacorte Theater

Are there some things money can't buy? Do we have obligations to each other as citizens? In the spirit of free exchange epitomized by more than 50 years of The Public’s Shakespeare in the Park, join in an evening of theatre and public debate. This one-night-only Public Forum will include Shakespeare readings about money and justice as well as a lively town-hall conversation with the audience conducted by Harvard professor and best-selling author Michael Sandel about the way the language of money has been taking over our lives – the subject of his recent book, What Money Can’t Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets.

This Public Forum event is presented in partnership with the Aspen Institute Arts Program.

Click here (http://tracking.wordfly.com/click?sid=MTk5XzY0MDFfMzMzOTAwXzcwMTA&l=edacbac7-16cd-e211-97c6-e41f1345a486) for more information on this exciting free event!

TICKETS ARE FREE!
Free Public Forum tickets will be distributed, two per person, at 12pm on June 17 at the Delacorte Theater and via the Virtual Ticketing drawing at www.shakespeareinthepark.org (http://tracking.wordfly.com/click?sid=MTk5XzY0MDFfMzMzOTAwXzcwMTA&l=eeacbac7-16cd-e211-97c6-e41f1345a486).

Reserved seats are also available by becoming a Public Forum Supporter with a tax-deductible donation of $75*. For information and to donate, call 212-967-7555.