WINONA, Minn. (WKBT) - The Great River Shakespeare Festival runs from June 25 to August 3 in Winona.
"Shakespeare is one of the greatest writers in the English language," said Doug Sholz- Carlson, artistic director for the Great River Shakespeare Festival in Winona. "He writes about humanity in such a compelling way, and he has such an expansive view of humanity that I think we all find ourselves within characters in Shakespeare."
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"It is really hard to say that '[Hamlet'] is the play, but it definitely has so much of the human experience wrapped up in five acts," said Andrew Carlson who plays Hamlet.
For more information on the Great River Shakespeare Festival, visit its website at grsf.org.
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