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A black and white image of a woman's torso and arms. The text reads The Lincoln Dress a ghost story by John P. McEneny

Piper Theatre returns to OSH with a ghostly original tale. “The Lincoln Dress” follows four thieves on a mission in 1931 to steal a blood stained dress that was sealed away behind a brick wall in 1865.

Inspired by the mysterious disappearance of the cursed dress worn by Clara Harris in the Presidential Box at Ford’s Theatre on the fateful night of Abraham Lincoln’s assassination.

Piper is proud to present this intimate show featuring the talents of long time company members Vasile Flutur (Theater: TFANA Tamburlaine, Attic’s Jericho, Film: The Blacklist, Varlet), Aaron Novak (Theater: Hamlet, Nocturnes, We Should Have Seen the Lights, Wendy Darling and Peter), Annie Montgomery (Theater: Walking Towards America, Splitfoot, Director of Education for Lifetime Arts, Playwright: The Red Dress), and Bettina Goolsby (Film: Darkness). Lighting Design by Nicholas Calafiore. Scenic Design by Jimmy Bruch. Photography by Jeremy Amar. Written and Directed by Artistic Director John P. McEneny.

Purchase tickets here.
Please note that the performance venue is not wheelchair accessible.

as you like it written in black text on white background, with you scribbled over in red

Shakespeare’s iconic “Pastoral Comedy” comes to Old Stone House of Brooklyn with a Seven Stages Shakespeare Company twist.

At moments light and silly, by turns devastating and harrowing; hope triumphs in this classic tale.
In this three dimensional exploration of nature, family, power and destruction, and the battle between classes; AS YOU LIKE IT promises to get you thinking, and a song or two to leave whistling.

This is a site specific production, the play will be performed outdoors in Washington Park!
All performances are free or pay what you will.