If you read my last post, you are well aware how much I enjoyed the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival's production of *The Three Musketeers.Lucky me - the fun didn't end at curtain call. I got a chance to sneak behind the scenes and get some quality time backstage with three of the show's top stars. All I can say is this...though they are all superior in their field of work, these three thespians are also among the most humble, intelligent, kind and generous people I have come across in quite some time.What a tough job I have - it is complete torture to conduct these interviews... #lovethem
There is something to be said about finding down time and remembering how to breathe. Taking a moment to turn off your cell phone and turn on a good classic instead. On this particular day, I sojourned to Garrison, NY - a surprisingly short and majestic train ride away from the city - to do just that. My final destination...The Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival to enjoy a sold-out performance of The Three Musketeers.In her 27th year, the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival has continuously produced top-notch performances - season after season. Hailed as an industry theater leader, she is known for her integrity as the region's only professional resident Shakespeare Company. And with the grounds of the 19th century Boscobel estate hosting her summer address, there is no room for disappointment.