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Lean & Hungry Theater: As You Like It

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Lean & Hungry Theater sets Shakespeare's classic comedy As You Like It in the flower-child era of the 1960s. Banished from the well-bred, wealthy halls of their childhood home, Celia and Rosalind seek refuge at the Arden Music Festival, disguised as concert-goers. For a few whirlwind days of peace, love and music, hippies and rockers, lovers and clowns woo, philosophize, and generally enjoy the freedom of life away from the constraints of stuffy society.

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