New York

Hamlet, directed by John Gielgud and interpreted by Richard Burton, is staged on Broadway, from April 9 to August 8, 1964, at the Lunt-Fontanne theatre.

The New York Shakespeare Festival produced another Hamlet with Alfred Ryder and Julie Harris and Othello with James Earl Jones.

Celebration productions throughout the United States include, among many others, Henry V directed by Tyrone Guthrie at Minneapolis, King Lear directed by Stuart Vaughan, The Comedy of Errors, Julius Caesar and The Tempest staged by the Dallas Theater Center.