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    Shakespeare at Winedale celebrates 40 years

    Published: Aug. 26, 2010

    This summer, dozens of alumni who participate in the English Department’s Shakespeare at Winedale program took the stage to commemorate the program’s 40th anniversary.

    Every Saturday and Sunday between July 14 and Aug. 8, the program gave special pre-show scene performances and concluded with a special reunion performance.

    This year’s season showcased three plays: “Twelfth Night,” “Macbeth” and “Henry VI, Part I.”

    Read more about the Shakespeare at Winedale program on the College of Liberal Arts Web site.

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