Shakespeare Primavera


Shakespeare Primavera with Food Historian Francine Segan

Celebrate Spring with Talk & Tastes Inspired by Food & Wines from the Bard’s Italian Plays 

Catered by Danny Meyer’s Union Square Events

Sunday, May 17 at 4:30pm

Following a matinee of Fiasco Theater’s Two Gentlemen of Verona, join food historian Francine Segan for an appetizing talk on the sweet and savory in Shakespeare’s Italian plays, accompanied by a tasting menu of Renaissance delicacies catered by Union Square Events.

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Cost: $45

Only $35 with your ticket to The Two Gentlemen of Verona or your season ticket package.

Call 212-229-2819 x10 to book your discounted ticket to Shakespeare Primavera.


FRANCINE SEGAN, one of America’s foremost experts on Italian cuisine, is a noted food historian and the James Beard-nominated author of six books including Shakespeare’s KitchenDolci: Italy’s Sweets and Pasta Modern. She is the host of NYC’s popular weekly TV series “Americans In Love With Italy” and is a frequent guest on many other TV programs, including The Today Show and The Early Show. Francine has been featured on numerous specials for PBS, The Food Network and the History, Sundance and Discovery channels.


Shakespeare Primavera graphicTFANA_TheStudioFrancine Segan, headshot


Pictured above: Samuel H. Scripps Mainstage, photo ©Francis Dzikowski/OTTO.