School and Youth Programs
SCHOOL AND YOUTH PROGRAMS
NEW! SHAKESPEARE AND THE SUFFRAGISTS
The right to vote is such an important and incredible freedom in our democracy. Shakespeare and the Suffragists tells the story of women gaining the right to vote 100 years ago, and just what our favorite bard, William Shakespeare had to do with it. Geared toward middle and high school students, this streaming project combines lessons on the Suffragist movement, a history of voting rights and laws of the United States of America, as well as introducing students to some of Shakespeare’s most famous scenes involving strong and inspiring women. Parents and Educators, you can register for student access here.
COMING SOON! SHAKESPEARE UNLOCKED
Are your students engaging with the works of William Shakespeare? This program is perfect for middle school and high school students and serves as a crash course in all things Shakespearean! With a run time of 50 minutes, our two teaching artists engage with students through word games and interactive opportunities while teaching them the basics of Iambic Pentameter, Rhymed Verse and Prose. Students will also get to see famous scenes from Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth and The Taming of the Shrew. This program also meets ELA TEKS. Check out our trailer then register for free access.
WILL ON THE WEB
Will on the Web is a virtual classroom where students can engage with 6 of Shakespeare’s plays. We have two tracks: one designed for 2nd-5th Grade, and the other for 6th -12th Grade. Register for classroom access.
SHAKESPEARE ON THE GO!
Shakespeare on the Go! encompasses four programs that are interactive, lively, and will resonate with today’s youth. These vital programs offer outstanding educational entertainment and instruction for virtually all grades. Whether students are just starting to learn about Shakespeare or working on their own Shakespearean productions, you’ll find a program that accommodates your needs.
We offer several camp sessions each summer and serve students in grades 2 – 6 and 7 – 12. Students learn the basics of acting, text analysis, scene study, and vocal work, with a focus on Shakespeare‘s plays, life, and times. Students then have the opportunity to portray characters from Shakespeare’s plays in scenes while learning more about Shakespeare as they prepare for their final scene performance. Our camps are suitable for all levels and experience.
Student Matinees are available at a discounted rate exclusively to school groups during our performance season. To reserve your group, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Educator training provides tools to teachers to help students decode Shakespeare and develop an appreciation and connection to his works in the modern classroom.