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The city is home to the oldest continuously operating community theater group in the United States, The Players of Poughkeepsie. The Town of Red Hook is a town located on eastern Long Island in southwestern Suffolk County, New York, USA. As of the 2010 census it had a total population of 2,898. It contains two villages: Red Hook and Southold (the county seat). The town was named after its original settlement by early Dutch colonists known as "Hook" or "Hoek", meaning corner or bend in Dutch respectively; this name was also applied to nearby Southold due to their close proximity and similar geographic features such as peninsulas jutting out into Gardiners Bay separating them from one another. Both places are still commonly referred to by locals with these nicknames today despite official names being used for each place since their founding centuries ago; thus both have been nicknamed "Corner Of".