Kentucky Shakespeare’s annual Festival in Central Park offers opportunities for people of all ages to enjoy the works of Shakespeare in the beautiful outdoor setting of Old Louisville’s Central Park.

Experience the 55th Season in 2015!  June 3-August 9, 2015

- 10 weeks/7 productions/59 performances

- Food Trucks and Will’s Tavern 

- Nightly Pre-Show Entertainment 

 

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In the few signatures that have survived, Shakespeare spelled his name “Willm Shaksp,” “William Shakespe,” and “Wm Shakspe,” – but never “William Shakespeare.”

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CLICK HERE TO WATCH PREVIEW OF OUR EDUCATION PROGRAMS!

Kentucky Shakespeare is the largest in-school arts education organization in the Commonwealth, visiting 50,000 students each year.  Since 1990, Kentucky Shakespeare has made the works of Shakespeare accessible to over 1,000,000 K-12th grade students in all 120 counties of Kentucky and surrounding states.

Studies show that incorporating drama education across the curriculum increases social awareness, improves problem-solving skills and helps students make real-life connections.  Not every student learns the same, so our mission is to provide accessible drama education to all learners by tailoring our programs.  This allows Kentucky Shakespeare to maximize our educational outreach to students of all ages, socioeconomic backgrounds, learning styles, and intellectual abilities.

We provide affordable, professional and educational programs to schools. Our programs are aligned with the Common Core standards of the Commonwealth and use associated study guides, on-demand writing prompts and other supplemental materials.

Programs include:

  • Two-Person Tempest (K-5)
  • Boy Meets Girls Meets Shakespeare (4-12)
  • Living History – America (4-12)
  • Living History – Kentucky (4-12)
  • Bard Buddies (K-3)
  • Faerie Tales from Across the Globe (K-3)
  • Staging Shakespeare (4-12)
  • Residencies (All Grades)
  • After-School Programs (All Grades)
  • Camps (All Grades)
  • Spring Tour – Macbeth (6-12)

Download our 2014-2015 Education Brochure

For more information or to schedule one of our art-education programs contact:

Hannah Pruitt, Education Programs Manager

502-574-9900

hannah@kyshakespeare.com

 

Kyle Ware, Director of Education

502-574-9900

kyle@kyshakespeare.com

CLICK HERE TO WATCH PREVIEW OF OUR EDUCATION PROGRAMS!

Kentucky Shakespeare is the largest in-school arts education organization in the Commonwealth, visiting 50,000 students each year.  Since 1990, Kentucky Shakespeare has made the works of Shakespeare accessible to over 1,000,000 K-12th grade students in all 120 counties of Kentucky and surrounding states.

Studies show that incorporating drama education across the curriculum increases social awareness, improves problem-solving skills and helps students make real-life connections.  Not every student learns the same, so our mission is to provide accessible drama education to all learners by tailoring our programs.  This allows Kentucky Shakespeare to maximize our educational outreach to students of all ages, socioeconomic backgrounds, learning styles, and intellectual abilities.

We provide affordable, professional and educational programs to schools. Our programs are aligned with the Common Core standards of the Commonwealth and use associated study guides, on-demand writing prompts and other supplemental materials.

Programs include:

  • Two-Person Tempest (K-5)
  • Boy Meets Girls Meets Shakespeare (4-12)
  • Living History – America (4-12)
  • Living History – Kentucky (4-12)
  • Bard Buddies (K-3)
  • Faerie Tales from Across the Globe (K-3)
  • Staging Shakespeare (4-12)
  • Residencies (All Grades)
  • After-School Programs (All Grades)
  • Camps (All Grades)
  • Spring Tour – Macbeth (6-12)

Download our 2014-2015 Education Brochure

For more information or to schedule one of our art-education programs contact:

Hannah Pruitt, Education Programs Manager

502-574-9900

hannah@kyshakespeare.com

 

Kyle Ware, Director of Education

502-574-9900

kyle@kyshakespeare.com