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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 and his company built two Globe Theatres.

Interactive Programs & Performances

Bard Buddies - K-3rd

Shakespeare and primary students become the best of buddies in this one-hour interactive workshop. Our Artist Educator spins the story of Shakespeare’s The Tempest while guiding the students through acting out the play. By the time they reach “The End,” students will want to start all over again!

Maximum number of students: 25

 

*NEW* Faerie Tales from Across the World - K-3rd

This program allows for our Artist Educators to introduce drama through familiar faerie tales from all across the globe – Denmark, Italy, Russia, France, and Greece just to name a few! Students will have the opportunity to learn the history behind these famous tales prior to each performance, and the class will conclude with an interactive discussion of the morals being portrayed. Perfect for younger students, this program teaches the importance of hard work, honesty, self-confidence and much more!

Maximum number of students: 25

 

Staging Shakespeare - 4th-12th

Students breathe life into Shakespeare’s text in this one-hour interactive workshop. Our Artist Educator leads students in building a foundation of acting skills, teamwork and comprehending Shakespeare. Students are guided through the rehearsal process and build a performance piece with Shakespearean text. While this year’s focus will be Macbeth, other plays are available upon request.

This program can be easily adapted to a week long residency or as long as needed for the class and purpose.

Maximum number of students: 25

 

UPDATED Common Core Standards for our education programs:

Common Core Standards: Literacy K-5

Common Core Standards: Literacy, Grades 6-12

Common Core Standards: Social Studies, Grades 6-12

Download Our 2014-15 Education Brochure

For Details Contact:

Hannah Pruitt, Education Programs Manager
(502) 574-9900
hannah@kyshakespeare.com

 


Interactive Programs & Performances

Bard Buddies - K-3rd

Shakespeare and primary students become the best of buddies in this one-hour interactive workshop. Our Artist Educator spins the story of Shakespeare’s The Tempest while guiding the students through acting out the play. By the time they reach “The End,” students will want to start all over again!

Maximum number of students: 25

 

*NEW* Faerie Tales from Across the World - K-3rd

This program allows for our Artist Educators to introduce drama through familiar faerie tales from all across the globe – Denmark, Italy, Russia, France, and Greece just to name a few! Students will have the opportunity to learn the history behind these famous tales prior to each performance, and the class will conclude with an interactive discussion of the morals being portrayed. Perfect for younger students, this program teaches the importance of hard work, honesty, self-confidence and much more!

Maximum number of students: 25

 

Staging Shakespeare - 4th-12th

Students breathe life into Shakespeare’s text in this one-hour interactive workshop. Our Artist Educator leads students in building a foundation of acting skills, teamwork and comprehending Shakespeare. Students are guided through the rehearsal process and build a performance piece with Shakespearean text. While this year’s focus will be Macbeth, other plays are available upon request.

This program can be easily adapted to a week long residency or as long as needed for the class and purpose.

Maximum number of students: 25

 

UPDATED Common Core Standards for our education programs:

Common Core Standards: Literacy K-5

Common Core Standards: Literacy, Grades 6-12

Common Core Standards: Social Studies, Grades 6-12

Download Our 2014-15 Education Brochure

For Details Contact:

Hannah Pruitt, Education Programs Manager
(502) 574-9900
hannah@kyshakespeare.com