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A few hundred years and a continent away didn’t diminish audience enthusiasm for the Bard, as more than 3,500 people attended the 2014 Delaware Shakespeare Festival. This year’s production, “Hamlet,” was the festival’s best-attended production to date – beating out the sentimental favorite, “Romeo and Juliet.” (Incidentally, if you attended one of the dozen+ performances, please share your feedback through the DSF survey.)

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