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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
 
Preview June 11
 
June 12-22
 
HENRY V
 
Directed by Amy Attaway
 
Preview June 26
 
June 27-July 6
 
HAMLET
 
Directed by Matt Wallace
 
Preview July 10July 11-13Rotating Repertory Weeks (all 3 productions)July 15-271 Globe Players Student Production

LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST

Preview July 30

July 31-August 3

 

4 Community Partners Productions in Rotating Repertory Over Two Weeks

AS YOU LIKE IT presented by Le Petomane Theatre Ensemble

August 5, 7, 9

PERICLES presented by Walden Theatre

August 6, 8, 10

KING LEAR presented by Savage Rose Classical Theatre

August 13, 15, 17

WOMEN OF WILL presented by Shoestring Productions

August 12, 14, 16

 

Now Playing
For Teachers
William Shakespeare’s family members were all illiterate.
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Professional Development Programs for Teachers

2013-14 Featured Session: 

 

*NEW* ‘Dramatic Differentiation –  Creative Instructional Strategies for the Multiple Intelligences Classroom’

 

Session Description:

We at Kentucky Shakespeare understand that every student learns differently; we want to address that using creative methods rooted in drama and the performing arts. During this three-hour session, we will introduce our unique instructional strategies, provide teaching materials, and employ interactive ‘performances’ (grounded in Shakespeare and other primary source documents) with the participants.  Our mission is to provide educators with the means of appealing to the varying intelligences of students across the curriculum via creative instructional methodology, while also bridging the gap between the common core standards and arts education.

 

3 hour session – limited to 30 teachers.

 

‘Shakespeare in the Classroom: Understanding and Implementing the Bard’

 

Session Description:

Kentucky Shakespeare offers individually-tailored professional development workshops designed to assist teachers in understanding the creative process of the performing arts and how Shakespeare’s works can introduce the arts to your students. In addition, teachers learn how to integrate performing arts activities across the curriculum. Kentucky Shakespeare will work directly with your Arts and Humanities Coordinator to create a professional development experience that addresses the specific needs and goals of your school.

 

3 and 6 hour sessions are available - limited to 25 teachers.

 

Contact:

Matt Wallace, Producing Artistic Director

502-574-9900

matt@kyshakespeare.com

Professional Development Programs for Teachers

2013-14 Featured Session: 

 

*NEW* ‘Dramatic Differentiation –  Creative Instructional Strategies for the Multiple Intelligences Classroom’

 

Session Description:

We at Kentucky Shakespeare understand that every student learns differently; we want to address that using creative methods rooted in drama and the performing arts. During this three-hour session, we will introduce our unique instructional strategies, provide teaching materials, and employ interactive ‘performances’ (grounded in Shakespeare and other primary source documents) with the participants.  Our mission is to provide educators with the means of appealing to the varying intelligences of students across the curriculum via creative instructional methodology, while also bridging the gap between the common core standards and arts education.

 

3 hour session – limited to 30 teachers.

 

‘Shakespeare in the Classroom: Understanding and Implementing the Bard’

 

Session Description:

Kentucky Shakespeare offers individually-tailored professional development workshops designed to assist teachers in understanding the creative process of the performing arts and how Shakespeare’s works can introduce the arts to your students. In addition, teachers learn how to integrate performing arts activities across the curriculum. Kentucky Shakespeare will work directly with your Arts and Humanities Coordinator to create a professional development experience that addresses the specific needs and goals of your school.

 

3 and 6 hour sessions are available - limited to 25 teachers.

 

Contact:

Matt Wallace, Producing Artistic Director

502-574-9900

matt@kyshakespeare.com