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Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival 

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The region’s only professional Shakespeare company presents “Love’s Labor’s Lost” and “Romeo and Juliet” in repertory with “The 39 Steps,” adapted from the John Buchan novel and Alfred Hitchcock film. The Hudson Valley Shakespeare Company has a simple approach: an open-air stage and unadorned costumes keep the script and actors front and center. Enjoy a picnic overlooking the Hudson River on Boscobel’s pastoral grounds before the show, or grab a bite at their on-premises café. (845) 265-9575; Hvshakespeare.org.

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