The following is a list of programs and services provided by Hudson Shakespeare Company and are open to any interested municipality, community organization, and education institution seeking to add live theater and/or workshops to their venue or festival. We work very closely with your organization to meet and customize your needs. All of our shows are self contained, single day productions that require 10-minute set up and take downs and can be suited to any playing space. Our shows generally require no special needs from a hosting organization or community.

Student Workshops
HSC provides a wide range of student workshops that make a great supplement  to theater and Enlgish classes. Workshops range from Shakespeare 101 and advanced Scene Study to Unarmed and Armed Sword Combat. These workshops are customizable for a class period session or any time duration and can accommodate up to 25 students.

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Educational Showcases
Each season, Hudson Shakespeare Company produces traveling productions for both middle, high school  and college audiences.We offer hour long productions of the following plays:
  • Hamlet
  • Romeo and Juliet
  • Julius Caesar
  • Macbeth
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream
  • Taming of the Shrew.

If desired, each production can be followed by a Q and A with attending students. We also can customize programs if you are looking for a selection of scenes, a longer play or a play that is not listed above. All of our productions require only 10 minutes of set up and take down and we can work with you to achieve the program you are looking for. Please contact us to discuss supplementing your English or Theater programs with a Shakepeare or Classical theater production.

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Summer Shakespeare Festival in the Parks
Where it all began!  The oldest and primary stage program for the Hudson Shakespeare Company, our summer program of free Shakespeare in the parks began as staged readings for specific area parks in Jersey City, NJ and since has grown into a multi-city and multi-state tour for each of our summer productions. HSC produces 3-4 full shows, one for each month of the summer.  While Shakespeare reigns supreme among our summer shows, HSC performs other classical titles. To view pictures and information concerning our summer programs please click here for Past Productions.  

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HSC Second Stage
Our Second Stage program produces a wide range of titles during the off-summer season (September-April). We have performed in such varied locations as city courtrooms, public library community rooms, civic centers and museums.   These shows, like our summer program are all self contained productions, that can brought in and taken out on a per performance basis and usually require no special arrangements from a hosting organization or venue.  Specialized shows utilizing a venue's lighting and sound system are also available with us through advanced arrangement.  To view pictures and information concerning our summer programs please click on the Past Productions tab to view our past shows and the HSC Venues tab for information on all our current staging areas.

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Above, students at Fort Lee High School practice unarmed stage combat techniques at one of many workshops.
Above, the funeral oration scene from Julius Caesar presented to the students West Morris High School.
Above, the final court scene from Henry V set in period fashion at Stratford Library Ampitheater. Stratford, CT and below a banquet scene from Timon of Athens set in the roaring 1920's at Sinatra Park, Hoboken, NJ
Above the final court scene from A Few Good Men presented in the Hoboken
Municiple Courtroom.