The crickets of Central Park are alive with the sound of Sondheim. With all the world's eyes presently cast on the track and fields of London, New York City theatergoers have their own Olympic treat awaiting then inside a lush and luminous forest at the Delacorte Theater. In celebration of 50 years of Shakespeare in the Park at the Delacorte -- provided free to the public -- the Public Theater this summer is featuring a Bard of Broadway, Stephen Sondheim, with a stunning production of Into the Woods. The musical received three Tony Awards when it opened in 1987, but never looked or sounded better, or felt more at home, than within this magical setting of Central Park.