The River that Flows Both Ways: Free Outdoor Theater Event

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The River that Flows Both Ways: Free Outdoor Theater Event

Time: September 12, 2009 from 4pm to 6pm
Location: Riverside Park South, 70th Street Pier #I
Street: 70th Street Pier #1
City/Town: Manhattan
Website or Map: http://www.harmattantheater.c…
Event Type: theater, event
Organized By: Harmattan Theater
Latest Activity: Sep 2, 2009

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Riverside Park South, 70th Street Pier #I
September 12, 2009: 4-5 and 5-6 pm
FREE and OPEN to the Public

On the Hudson River,
Walt Whitman and Dante Alighieri converse about life along New York's shoreline. This performance is an invocation of Henry Hudson's voyage of 1609 in 2009.


Directions to 70th street pier, Upper West Side, Manhattan.
Take 1, 2 or 3 train to 72nd street subway station. Exit and walk along 72nd street towards the Hudson river. (west). Cross westend avenue and then cross riverside drive and enter riverside park at 72nd and riverside. Take the path behind the roundabout with Elenor Roosevelt's statue. You will pass a dog run to your left. Walk under the tunnel and take the steps going downstairs. Make a left at the bottom of the stairs and you wil have ball fields on your left and the river on your right. Walk about two blocks. You will see long pier on your right across from a restaurant with umbrellas. That is the 70th street pier. The walk is approximately 10 minutes from the subway station.

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