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Members of the Adirondack Shakespeare Company act out a scene from the play, <i>Celtic Fairy Tales</i>, for youngsters in the Adirondacks this summer.  Photo:  Adirondack Shakespeare Company
Members of the Adirondack Shakespeare Company act out a scene from the play, Celtic Fairy Tales, for youngsters in the Adirondacks this summer. Photo: Adirondack Shakespeare Company

A dose of Shakespeare in the Adirondacks this fall

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The Adirondack Shakespeare Company celebrated its fourth summer season in Schroon Lake, but they're not packing up the scenes and sonnets just yet. The company is gearing up for its first foray into autumn programming, and is planning a full production of Love's Labour's Lost in Schroon Lake, Glens Falls, Upper Jay and Essex next month.

Budget constraints forced the troupe to cut back on productions this summer. Artistic Director Tara Bradway told Todd Moe that they focused on children's programming. But, it'll be back to the Barb this fall.

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Todd Moe
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