‘To be, or not to be …’: Delaware Shakespeare Festival

Eric Hamilton with the First State Heritage Park recites a line from Shakespeare’s “Two Gentleman Of Verona” during the Delaware Shakespeare Festival on The Green in Dover on Thursday. The event was organized by the Delaware Shakespeare Festival in celebration of the 453rd anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth in partnership with First State Heritage Park and the Biggs Museum of American Art. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)

Spectators watch the Delaware Shakespeare Festival on The Green in Dover on Thursday.

A crowd gathers to watch the Delaware Shakespeare Festival on The Green in Dover on Thursday.

Colin Adams-Toomey with the First State Heritage Park recites a line from a Shakespeare play during the Delaware Shakespeare Festival on The Green in Dover on Thursday.

Dover Mayor Robin Christiansen recites a line from a Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet during the Delaware Shakespeare Festival on The Green in Dover on Thursday.

 

 

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