All the World’s a Stage

A 50-minute program focused on Shakespeare’s use and invention of language suitable for grades 2-6.
All the World’s a Stage
Elementary school educational touring production!

Where: Your School
Running Time: 50 minutes
Availability: February 10-March 6, 2020
Price: $600*
Maximum Attendance: 300 Students
This production is suitable for grades 2-6.
*Contact Shakespeare Dallas for scholarship information.

In this 50 minute production students explore how Shakespeare contributed to the origins of the English language and how his works continue to impact the world we live in today. Lessons will be exemplified through a live performance of scenes from Romeo and Juliet, Two Gentlemen of Verona, and The Taming of the Shrew. With plenty of volunteer opportunities and audience participation, a fun mobile set, and colorful costumes, this touring production is sure to keep students engaged throughout the performance! This is an excellent opportunity to give young students their first introduction to the wonderful works of William Shakespeare. This production meets several English/Language Arts and Theatre TEKS and is a Learning Partners and TCA Touring Roster Approved program.

All you have to do is book us and we’ll take care of the rest!

 

To book this production or for more information, please contact Julie Osborne Watts at 214-559-2778 or josborne@shakespearedallas.org.

What other teachers are saying about our Elementary School Programming:

“Shakespeare on the Go! is a brilliant way to introduce elementary students to Shakespeare. I think this program helps students understand that languages and cultures and stories from earlier times are relevant today.”
-Plano ISD elementary school teacher

“Shakespeare on the Go! programming vastly enriches the education of our students. They are active participants and eager to extend their learning in the classroom and beyond. We are proud to have this education experience at our school year after year.”
-Dallas ISD elementary school teacher

This program meets English Language Arts and Reading TEKS!