Harborside Shakespeare Company’s Depression setting adds matinee BAR HARBOR, ME—“To be or not to be?” asks the young Hamlet, standing by the grave of his father. The scene is recognizable to many—except for the 1930’s dustbowl setting of the Harborside Shakespeare Company’s summer 2014 production. The… Read More
    Harborside Shakespeare Company sets Shakespeare in the Depression BAR HARBOR, ME—“To be or not to be?” asks the young Hamlet, standing by the grave of his father. The scene is recognizable to many—except for the 1930’s dustbowl setting of the Harborside Shakespeare Company’s summer 2014 production. Read More
    Harborside Shakespeare Company Depression-era setting of Shakespeare at Gates Aug. 9 and 10 BAR HARBOR, ME—“To be or not to be?” asks the young Hamlet, standing by the grave of his father. The scene is recognizable to many—except for the 1930’s dustbowl setting of the Harborside… Read More
    Harborside Shakespeare Company sets Shakespeare in the Depression; Peformance Continues in Winter Harbor BAR HARBOR, ME—“To be or not to be?” asks the young Hamlet, standing by the grave of his father. The scene is recognizable to many—except for the 1930’s dustbowl setting of the Harborside… Read More
    Harborside Shakespeare Company sets Shakespeare in the Depression Performances continue throughout Hancock County BAR HARBOR, ME—“To be or not to be?” asks the young Hamlet, standing by the grave of his father. The scene is recognizable to many—except for the 1930’s dustbowl setting of the… Read More
    Contact Info: Alicia Hynes, Executive Artistic Director, (207) 939-6929, info@harborsideshakespeare.org Website: www.harborsideshakespeare.org Bar Harbor, ME—The Harborside Shakespeare Company (HSC) of downeast Maine returns to Hancock County this summer to perform another re-invented edition of a classical play. And they’re looking for you! This season, the HSC will… Read More
    “Take pains, be perfect, adieu:” Harborside Shakespeare Company Announces Auditions for A Midsummer Night’s Dream Contact Info: Alicia Hynes, Executive Artistic Director, (207) 939-6929, info@harborsideshakespeare.org Website: www.harborsideshakespeare.org Bar Harbor, ME—The Harborside Shakespeare Company (HSC) of downeast Maine returns to Hancock County this summer to perform… Read More