The Drilling Company will present Hamlet directed by Hamilton Clancy as the final show of the 20th season of Shakespeare in the Park(ing) Lot, a summer New York institution performed free in a municipal parking lot at the corner of Ludlow and Broome Streets in Manhattan's Lower East Side. In an unusual interpretation, the production is intended to illuminate the modern dysfunctional family unit. Seats at Shakespeare in the Park(ing) Lot are available on a first come first serve basis, with audience members often arriving as early as 7:00 PM to secure a place. You are encouraged and welcome to bring your own chairs. Once seats are gone, blankets are spread out.