Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival

Please Note: Turn of the Screw at Boscobel is SOLD OUT.

For more information about the Festival or to purchase tickets, please visit www.hvshakespeare.orgTickets are NOT sold through Boscobel.

With its breathtaking views of the Hudson River, Boscobel provides the perfect setting for the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival’s summer season. For more than 25 years, the Festival has been the only resident Shakespeare company in the Hudson Valley region.

The Festival’s productions and education programs reach more than 60,000 people of all ages each year. The performances are consistently acclaimed for their spontaneous, free-wheeling, distinctly-American playing style.

Boscobel’s magnificent gardens open two hours before the show for pre-theater picnicking. Bring your own picnic or enjoy prepared foods available for purchase on site.

Special Discount: Boscobel House Tour & Shakespeare Combo Tickets are available Wednesday–Sunday. To order, call the HVSF Box Office at 845.265.9575.

For more information about the Festival or to purchase tickets, please visit www.hvshakespeare.org.

“As Hudson Valley audience regulars know, the company has the benefit of a gorgeous physical setting for its productions: a tent on the sweeping green lawn of Boscobel, an early-19th-century Federal mansion overlooking a particularly beautiful stretch of the Hudson River and the mountains beyond.”
Anita Gates, The New York Times, July 1, 2011

 

Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival
June 10 – August 31, 2014

 

othello

Above:  Leopold Lowe, Kurt Rhoads.
Photo: Travis Magee.

Othello
by William Shakespeare
Directed by Christoper V. Edwards

Othello, newly married to Desdemona, is appointed leader of a major military operation. Iago, passed over for promotion by Othello in favor of the younger Cassio, persuades Othello that Cassio and Desdemona are having an affair, with devastating consequences.

gentlemenverona

Above:  Luigi Plummer

The Two Gentlemen of Verona
by William Shakespeare

Directed by Eric Tucker

Shakespeare’s gleeful, yet provocative, examination of friendship and young love features jealous lovers, a cross-dressing heroine, a hysterical clown –and the best role for a dog ever!

liar

Above:  Jason O’Connell

The Liar
by David Ives, adapted from the comedy by Pierre Corneille

Directed by Russell Treyz

Take one young man who cannot tell the truth, his manservant who cannot tell a lie, add two beautiful young women, a jealous lover–and then sit back to enjoy the hilarious consequences in David Ives’s brilliantly witty adaptation of this classic comedy.

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