Macbeth. (Previews begin June 13, runs through July 9 at Delacorte Theatre, Central Park; free.) Clearly the place to camp this summer, the Public Theater continues its 50th anniversary with one of the most intriguing recent Shakespeare enticements. Liev Schreiber, who won a Tony Award in the revival of "Glengarry Glen Ross" last year, returns to his classic roots as the Thane of Cawdor, arguably the most wife-whipped man in world literature. Jennifer Ehle, unforgettable in her 2000 Tony-winning performance in "The Real Thing," makes her park debut as the little woman. Moisés Kaufman ("I Am My Own Wife," "The Laramie Project") directs.
Can anyone spare a ride to NYC?