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Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival Revolutions
Boscobel House and Gardens, home of the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, about ninety-minute drive from town, is home to wonderful nature, theatre and film. Thrilling unscheduled collisions, such as a convoi of choppers that fly over "Macbeth", happen on a regular basis. "A Week of Revolution" (August 27 - September 4) includes re-enactments, a picnic, walks and a production of Richard Nelson's piece "The General from America" about Benedict Arnold, who tried to give the British control of West Point-visible across the riverbank.
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Valle Shakespeare Festival for the performance of'Our City' from 12 to 15 July
"Our City" is a particularly personal and elegant portrayal of New England at the turn of the world. Apart from the timeframe, the fictitious city of Grover's Corners, New Hampshire is not much different from the cities that make up the valley today.
VSF's free summer theatre at Thornton Wilder's Our Town Park will take place Thursday night, July 12 to Sunday, July 15 at Shelton's Veterans Memorial -Riverview Park, in rainy or sunny weather, at 7:30 p.m. The audience is invited to come for a pick nick at 6 p.m. and before the show to listen to live musical s and dinner.
The Shakespeare Festival - Grand Valley State University
Squadron 25 is just around the corner! The Grand Valley Shakespeare Festival's Twenty-Fifth Annual Silver Coronation : Grand Valley Shakespeare effect is due this autumn. There will be many thrilling happenings and festivities this year. Biennial Grand Valley Shakespeare Festival Conference: This autumn, pedagogy and performance will take place under the motto "My Crown is in My Heart, Not on My Head" -3 Henry VI 3.1.
It is chaired by Michael LoMonico, senior consultant on national education for the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, DC. He' ll also be the resident Shakespeare scholar. The keynote speech at the Friday 28 September is free of charge and open to the general audience. He' will also give a training session open to those who sign up for the meeting, and he will also attend selected Grand Valley courses while he's here.
With a new Bard to Go product. We are still working on the detail, but the productions will be a shortened versions of a solo productions, a productions that will be recognized by our middle class audience. 3rd November, Loosemore Auditorium, Pew Grand Rapids Campus. A new game produced by an alumnus! We welcome our season's graduates as a new celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Shakespeare Festival.
A new piece by alumnus Scott Watson, Defy the Stars, will be released at the 25. To rescue themselves and others from being deported to Auschwitz, these performers direct a staging of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. After graduating with a B.A. in Theater from Grand Valley in 2009, Watson is currently working as an actress and dramatist in New York City.
The festival is currently waiting for the announcement of the subsidies to enable a fully assembled product. When this is the case, the productions will be staffed with directors, design, full editorial personnel and acting. In the absence of support, the piece will instead be read in a scenic way by an aluminium directors and theatricians.
On Sunday, October 7th, a dedicated festival barbecue for all festival graduates will take place at the Grand Ravines Lodge des Grand Ravines Park, just outside the Grand Valley Allendale Campus. The Greenshow Festival will take place in September and will show a new show for the Family Weekend, the Grand Valley Renaissance Faire, the Festival Conference and a live show on Thursday, October 4.
This year' s newsletter of the Grand Valley Shakespeare Festival has been published and circulated. It is with a heavy heart that we say good-bye to one of us, Jake Jager, who died on March 3, 2018. Since its launch in the Grand Valley in autumn 2013, Jake has been a cornerstone of our theater programme. One of our most productive artists, it is appropriate that Jake should have assisted in the christening of the new Linn Maxwell Keller Black Box Theater, which plays the Emcee in Cabaret.
A member of Alpha Psi Omega, the National Theater Honor Society, he has served in various capacities for the Grand Valley Chapters, among others as Chairman. Organic from the Tempest range. He is a Junior Theater Maior with minor subjects in the fields of film, commercials and PR.
In addition, he is a Shakespeare scholarship holder, secretary and former president of the APO. He' s been to the Grand Valley as Launce, Autolycus, Jaques in Bard to Go: Funny Narren und Dummköpfe, Dromio de Syracuse dans The Comedy of Errors und Antonio dans Much Ado About Nothing, alles für das Shakespeare Festival, Tobias dans Sweeney Todd : The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, David in Company und Dad in Sex and the Supernatural.
He has also sponsored and sponsored the Beauty and the Beast, Noises Off and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat for the Shadblow Theatre, where he has been a member of the advisory council since the 2016 campaign. Much Ado About Nothing 2013, 20.
He was the first young filmmaker in a festival productions that was younger than the festival itself. Emmcee 2017 Cabaret, the first Linn Maxwell Keller Black Box Theatre film. In February 2018 Jake completed the Grand Valley in a unique February 2018 event in the Keller Black Box, fitting on stage where he always gave his best.
We were impressed as a festival by the living realities of such storm, and we could not have performed a piece entitled The Storm without recognizing these storm and the destruction, sorrow and sadness they caused. The Grand Valley Shakespeare Festival in return gave the Red Cross 5 per cent of all entrance fees for help with the hurricanes.