PlayerFlyer2

The 2014 Shakespeare In The Park Summer Season will consist of 8 productions totaling 56 performances over 10 weeks.

3 Kentucky Shakespeare Professional Productions

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

Directed by Matt Wallace

June 11-22

HENRY V

Directed by Amy Attaway

June 25-July 6

HAMLET

Directed by Matt Wallace

July 10-13

Rotating Repertory Weeks (all 3 productions)

July 15-27

1 Globe Players Student Production

LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST

July 31-August 3

4 Community Partners Productions in Rotating Repertory Over Two Weeks

AS YOU LIKE IT presented by Le Petomane Theatre Ensemble

PERICLES presented by Walden Theatre

August 5-10

KING LEAR presented by Savage Rose Classical Theatre

WOMEN OF WILL presented by Shoestring Productions

August 12-17

 

 

Now Playing
Actors
William Shakespeare created more than 1,700 words. We still use many of these today, including eyeball, luggage, excitement and advertisement.

Current Teaching Artists

Since 1990, Kentucky Shakespeare has made the works of Shakespeare accessible for more than a million kindergarten through twelfth grade students in all 120 counties of Kentucky as well as parts of Ohio, Indiana, Tennessee, South Carolina and West Virginia. We are thrilled to continue our tradition of providing professional and educational programs to students of all ages. Of course, none of this would be possible be possible without our very talented Teaching Artists!

The 2013-14 cast for Kentucky Shakespeare’s Education Tours:

76327_10201692927870275_388761908_n-1

Chelsea Skalski :

Living History, Bard Buddies, Faerie Tales, Residencies

Chelsea Skalski is happy to be returning to Kentucky Shakespeare for the fall season. She had a wonderful experience working with the company’s summer camps and in her portrayal of Portia in the company’s Spring Tour of Julius Caesar. Other notable roles include Lady MacDuff in MacBeth with Savage Rose Classical Theatre and Juliet in Living Dead in Denmark with The Alley Theater.  She got her degree from Miami University (in Ohio, not Florida – so no, she did not spend her free time on the beach).  She now shares her 30 sq ft. apartment with her dog Copper and loves people watching.

 

karin partin wells full headshot

Karin Partin-Wells :

Living History, Bard Buddies, Faerie Tales, Residencies

Karin grew up on a Christmas Tree Farm in Southern Indiana. She went on to study photojournalism, anthropology, and fine art photography at Ball State University. After college, she acted in several plays at the Muncie Civic Theater in such roles as Mina in Dracula and Mrs. Seizmagraf in Betty’s Summer Vacation. She later moved to New York City, where she attended film school at New York University, acted in short films and worked as a camera assistant on feature films. She wrote and directed a short film called “Shot At Sundown,” which played at Queens World, Cincinnati, the Vancouver SLR Film, and Indianapolis film festivals, where it won the audience choice award for drama. She’s written two feature drama scripts titled “Three Indians” and “The Saltwater Garden.” Wells recently moved to Louisville and is the newest member of the  Kentucky Shakespeare team. She likes to spend her free time gardening and hanging out with her pet rooster, Turkey.

 

MeganMassie113

Megan Massie :

Two-Person Hamlet, Bard Buddies, Faerie Tales, Inspecting Shakespeare, Residencies

Megan comes from the great state of West Virginia. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree of Fine Arts in acting from West Virginia University in 2012. Since graduation she has worked with several Shakespeare theatres producing the Bard’s works for a variety of audiences. Recently she performed in Boston, MA in Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s The Two Gentlemen of Verona for over 25,000 people! Other than performing Shakespeare, she enjoys traveling, cooking, spending time with her friends, speaking French, and watching How I Met Your Mother. She is happy to be back with Kentucky Shakespeare as a teaching artist and is looking forward to a fabulous season.

Headshot #1

Tony Milder :

Two-Person Hamlet, Bard Buddies, Faerie Tales, Inspecting Shakespeare, Residencies

Tony is happy to be returning to Kentucky Shakespeare after an intense summer with Tibbits Opera House (where he played over twenty characters in five different shows). His other regional credits include The Guthrie Theatre, The Theatre at Monmouth, The National Theatre for Children, ColliDe Theatrical Dance Company, and Cardinal Theatricals. A Junior Olympic gold medal tumbler and amateur knitter, Tony has a wide array of interests – including the sound of his own voice, brassy divas, sushi, turning pages, and making himself cry. He got his degree (and perfected his tan) at Concordia College in Moorhead.

 

Kyle

Kyle Ware

Living History, Bard Buddies, Faerie Tales, Residencies

Kyle Ware is a Louisville-based actor, artist, writer, and educator. He is a Co-Producing Founding Artistic Director of Le Petomane Theatre Ensemble, for which he has co-created, produced, written, directed, performed and scored nearly twenty new works with the ensemble. He is a featured writer and columnist at Insider Louisville, and served as Executive Director of Tourism Honors Academy, an academic leadership program for high school seniors. He’s excited to make his return to Kentucky Shakespeare.

 

Current Teaching Artists

Since 1990, Kentucky Shakespeare has made the works of Shakespeare accessible for more than a million kindergarten through twelfth grade students in all 120 counties of Kentucky as well as parts of Ohio, Indiana, Tennessee, South Carolina and West Virginia. We are thrilled to continue our tradition of providing professional and educational programs to students of all ages. Of course, none of this would be possible be possible without our very talented Teaching Artists!

The 2013-14 cast for Kentucky Shakespeare’s Education Tours:

76327_10201692927870275_388761908_n-1

Chelsea Skalski :

Living History, Bard Buddies, Faerie Tales, Residencies

Chelsea Skalski is happy to be returning to Kentucky Shakespeare for the fall season. She had a wonderful experience working with the company’s summer camps and in her portrayal of Portia in the company’s Spring Tour of Julius Caesar. Other notable roles include Lady MacDuff in MacBeth with Savage Rose Classical Theatre and Juliet in Living Dead in Denmark with The Alley Theater.  She got her degree from Miami University (in Ohio, not Florida – so no, she did not spend her free time on the beach).  She now shares her 30 sq ft. apartment with her dog Copper and loves people watching.

 

karin partin wells full headshot

Karin Partin-Wells :

Living History, Bard Buddies, Faerie Tales, Residencies

Karin grew up on a Christmas Tree Farm in Southern Indiana. She went on to study photojournalism, anthropology, and fine art photography at Ball State University. After college, she acted in several plays at the Muncie Civic Theater in such roles as Mina in Dracula and Mrs. Seizmagraf in Betty’s Summer Vacation. She later moved to New York City, where she attended film school at New York University, acted in short films and worked as a camera assistant on feature films. She wrote and directed a short film called “Shot At Sundown,” which played at Queens World, Cincinnati, the Vancouver SLR Film, and Indianapolis film festivals, where it won the audience choice award for drama. She’s written two feature drama scripts titled “Three Indians” and “The Saltwater Garden.” Wells recently moved to Louisville and is the newest member of the  Kentucky Shakespeare team. She likes to spend her free time gardening and hanging out with her pet rooster, Turkey.

 

MeganMassie113

Megan Massie :

Two-Person Hamlet, Bard Buddies, Faerie Tales, Inspecting Shakespeare, Residencies

Megan comes from the great state of West Virginia. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree of Fine Arts in acting from West Virginia University in 2012. Since graduation she has worked with several Shakespeare theatres producing the Bard’s works for a variety of audiences. Recently she performed in Boston, MA in Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s The Two Gentlemen of Verona for over 25,000 people! Other than performing Shakespeare, she enjoys traveling, cooking, spending time with her friends, speaking French, and watching How I Met Your Mother. She is happy to be back with Kentucky Shakespeare as a teaching artist and is looking forward to a fabulous season.

Headshot #1

Tony Milder :

Two-Person Hamlet, Bard Buddies, Faerie Tales, Inspecting Shakespeare, Residencies

Tony is happy to be returning to Kentucky Shakespeare after an intense summer with Tibbits Opera House (where he played over twenty characters in five different shows). His other regional credits include The Guthrie Theatre, The Theatre at Monmouth, The National Theatre for Children, ColliDe Theatrical Dance Company, and Cardinal Theatricals. A Junior Olympic gold medal tumbler and amateur knitter, Tony has a wide array of interests – including the sound of his own voice, brassy divas, sushi, turning pages, and making himself cry. He got his degree (and perfected his tan) at Concordia College in Moorhead.

 

Kyle

Kyle Ware

Living History, Bard Buddies, Faerie Tales, Residencies

Kyle Ware is a Louisville-based actor, artist, writer, and educator. He is a Co-Producing Founding Artistic Director of Le Petomane Theatre Ensemble, for which he has co-created, produced, written, directed, performed and scored nearly twenty new works with the ensemble. He is a featured writer and columnist at Insider Louisville, and served as Executive Director of Tourism Honors Academy, an academic leadership program for high school seniors. He’s excited to make his return to Kentucky Shakespeare.