Check this out all you Shakespeare Lovers
October 20 at 7 pm
The State of the Art
At The Pearl Theatre
$20 for General Admission and $15 for Members.
After last season's wonderful proliferation of Shakespearean productions on Broadway, off-Broadway and regionally, now is an apt moment to sit down with a group of experienced, creative and knowledgeable leaders in the field to ask challenging questions about the present, past and future of Shakespearean theatre. Panelists will include artistic directors Bonnie Monte (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey), Davis McCallum (Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival), Eric Tucker (Bedlam), Michael Feingold (theater critic, translator and dramaturg) and Ty Jones (Classical Theater of Harlem).
Are you starting to plan for Halloween ? Check out what we've got planned:
The Turn of the Screw, the deliciously creepy ghost story by Henry James, adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher for two actors. In this play, a young governess journeys to a lonely English manor house to care for two recently orphaned children and begins to see ghosts... or does she? This is sure to be an unforgettable evening of spine-tingling mystery and intrigue. For dates and times visit hvshakespeare.org
Hey All! Check out what our friends at the Depot Theatre are doing this weekend complete with many of your HVSF favorites.
Have you seen the teaser for A Ship to Cross the Sea of Suffering? Take a look...and then get your tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/817338 Don't miss Maia Guest, Vaishnavi Sharma, Jason O'Connell and Gregory Porter Miller in indelible performances. — at The Philipstown Depot Theater.
A Ship to cross the Sea of Suffering - by John Christian Plummer
A reading of a new play by John Christian Plummer
Want a sneak peak into 2015? Here you go:
HVSF's 2015 Season to Include THE WINTER'S TALE, AN ILLIAD & More
As the 2014 season draws to an end, Davis McCallum, Artistic Director of the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival (HVSF) gave friends and fans something to look forward to when he announced the 2015 season at a special Sneak Peak event on Saturday evening. Noting that the pieces that he has chosen sha…
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Great story on Davis in the New York Times.
The New Man Bringing the Bard to Boscobel
Davis McCallum, the new artistic director of the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, has been immersing himself in the company and its work.
Just in case you missed it! Here is the Wall Street Journal rave for our production of The Liar . Only four performances left. Have you got your tickets?
Lying for laughs at Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival.
Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival's production of "The Liar" passes the true test for any comedy—it's just as funny the second time around.