NORTH TEXAS GIVING DAY

Today is North Texas Giving Day and your donation truly makes a difference.

In 2020 we remain more committed than ever, now bringing Shakespeare to life through podcasts, virtual talks, film versions of school programs, distance learning resources, online youth camps and more.

With your support, we can continue our nearly 50-year tradition of accessible programs and performances. For children. For educators. For the actors and technicians. For everyone.

MOVIES IN THE PARK

Shakespeare Dallas presents an entire month of outdoor Movies in the Park! Join us every Thursday, Friday and Saturday October 1-24, 2020 for socially-distanced evenings at Samuell-Grand Amphitheater. 

MEMBERS ARE OUR HEROES

There is no better time to support the performing arts. Membership to Shakespeare Dallas includes:

  • Member events (plus new virtual offerings!) and exclusive invitations all year long

  • Unlimited access to all Shakespeare in the Park performances with preferred seating and early entry

  • Discounts on merchandise and winter season tickets

  • And more!

FALL BOOK CLUB SESSIONS

We have TWO new Book Clubs headed your way. In September and October we will be reading and discussing Measure for Measure. In November we’ll explore Troilus and Cressida together. Book Clubs are fun, comfortable gatherings currently held on Zoom.

SHAKESPEARE AND THE SUFFRAGISTS

As we mark 100 years since the passage of the 19th amendment, Shakespeare Dallas explores how Shakespeare’s works influenced the fight.

Led by Associate Artistic Director Jenni Stewart, Shakespeare and the Suffragists is a new virtual performance project that examines Shakespeare’s more feminist texts and how they have been interpreted and reinterpreted over time. This provocative work will be available for streaming in mid-October. Pre-register now and a link to access the content will be emailed beginning October 15.

WILL ON THE WEB

Will on the Web is our expanded virtual classroom, offering comprehensive learning tools covering 6 of Shakespeare’s greatest plays.

Each play has four separate learning blocks: Plot, History, Text Analysis, and Performance and two separate tracks: Grades 2 though 5 and Grades 6 through 12.

SUPPORT SHAKESPEARE DALLAS

Like arts organizations everywhere, we continue to be severely impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak. The health crisis is challenging all of us – there is no better time for your support.

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