HVSF offers Friday prologues
Each Friday night, the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival hosts a free prologue to that evening’s performance. Tickets can be picked up for the 6 p.m. discussions at the box office. Tickets to the performances that follow can be purchased there or online. The remaining summer schedule is:
July 22 — Seth Herbst, assistant professor at West Point and Harvard University Teaching Fellow, followed by Macbeth.
July 29 — Davis McCallum, director of Measure for Measure, followed by Measure for Measure.
Aug. 5 — Michael Sexton, artistic director of The Shakespeare Society, on gender and performance, followed by Macbeth.
Aug. 12 — Company members Kurt Rhoads, Nance Williamson and Stephen Paul Johnson on As You Like It, Macbeth and Measure for Measure, followed by Macbeth.
Aug. 19 — Kate Farrington, artistic director of the Pearl Theatre Company, followed by As You Like It.
Aug. 26 — Zachary Fine, director of So Please You and the HVSF Conservatory Company, followed by Macbeth.
For more information, visit hvshakespeare.org or call 845-265-9575.
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