Check out the preview piece in the Times Herald-Record about the 2012 season, and about Love’s Labour’s Lost, the rarely-presented comedy opening tonight, June 30, at the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival. Founding Artistic Director Terry O’Brien talks about the production with writer Timothy Malcolm.
Wishing a starry opening night to the cast and crew of the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival’s Love’s Labour’s Lost! Directed by Founding Artistic Director Terry O’Brien, this rarely-presented comedy “conveys the confounding limitations of language, articulating beautifully what language truly can and cannot express.” Break legs, all!
What a tremendous opening night for the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival’s Romeo and Juliet. A completely packed house watched the cast deliver a beautifully-rendered production, under the direction of Chris Edwards.
Here are some photos from the cast party after the show, held at The Living Room in Cold Spring. See anyone you know?
Behind the scenes at the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival:
While summer theater is always inspiring, it is not always glamorous! As the actors rehearse, our production crew is busy putting our tent up at Boscobel in Garrison, NY, under variable skies.