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Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival 2013

Outdoor Event Play - Comedy Play - Drama Regional — 

Boscobel, a Hudson River estate in Garrison, is the Festival's performance site. It offers a magnificent setting, ample parking, grounds personnel and an established reputation as a tourist attraction. In its new home and under a big tent, the Festival has grown dramatically, from its first audience of 230 to over 32,000 in 2009.

Shows play in repertory; visit

King Lear by William Shakespeare; directed by Terrence O'Brien.
Shakespeare’s masterpiece about an aging king’s attempt to divide his kingdom between his three daughters. Deceived by misplaced affection and flattery, the king makes a series of terrible decisions, tearing his family and kingdom apart, and is pushed to the brink of madness. This sweeping story is heartbreaking as it explores the sense of family and fatherhood in the midst of political ambition and intrigue.

The Three Musketeers by Ken Ludwig; from the novel by Alexandre Dumas. Directed by Christopher V. Edwards.
“It’s all for one and one for all” in this hilarious, fast-paced adaptation of Alexandre Dumas' timeless story of heroism, treachery, and honor. Follow the adventures of our hero, D’Artagnan, as he joins forces with the famous musketeers Athos, Porthos, and Aramis in their struggle to defend the Queen of France. Our heroes will keep you on the edge of your seats. A must-see for the whole family

All's Well That Ends Well by William Shakespeare; directed by Russell Treyz.
Theatricality reigns as a troupe of eight traveling players present Shakespeare’s fable of the spunky, lovesick Helena and her pursuit of the fickle Bertram, a callow young man who prefers war and womanizing to romance and responsibility. Expect comedy, theatrical surprises, music, adventure, and rapid-fire onstage character changes!

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$29.00 — $63.00
Prices subject to change.

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Opening date
June 11, 2013

Closing date
September 1, 2013

Running Time
Approximately 2 hours and 35 minutes, including intermission.

Audience advisory
Performances under open air tent.

Age guidance

Show Notes
15% discount Students/Seniors except Saturday evening. The Senior discount applies to those ages 65+. The Student discount applies to those between the age of 13 and 18, or with a valid student ID.
Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival/Boscobel
155 Main St
Cold Spring, NY 10516
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  September 1, 2013 —  September 14, 2013

By subway
GPS Directions: 1601 Route 9D, Garrison or 1601 Bear Mountain-Beacon Highway, Garrison
By bus
Metro-North provides frequent service to Cold Spring from points south and north. Call 800 Metro-Info for information, or visit Metro-North online. Our Bard Bus will pick you up at the Cold Spring train station and whisk you, post haste, to the magnificent grounds of Boscobel Restoration and back again after the show. All for $6.00. Advance reservations through the Box Office required!