Theatre and performing arts cultural collective in the Coachella Valley, California. Includes details of upcoming productions and events as well as involvement and casting opportunities.
Cultivates quality theater with a commitment to simple living, environmental sustainability and social justice in Middletown, Connecticut. Features Shakespeare Everywhere!
Presenting Shakespeare's plays outdoors in outback, regional and metropolitan Australia.
Bird-On-A-Cliff Theatre Company presents outdoor Shakespeare with no admission fees on the Comeau Property in Woodstock, New York.
Performing open-air Shakespeare and indoor plays in Dorset, England, in association with St. Peter's Players. The company's president is Dame Judi Dench.
Performing Shakespeare at the Brentwood Theatre, Brentwood, Essex.
Performs a range of plays as well as Skakespeare. Past and future productions, membership information, and news.
Outdoor Shakespeare Festival in Hartford, Connecticut since 1991. Includes a program for school performances, as well as upcoming production schedules.
A professional theater venue/company located on Chicago's Navy Pier and features 510 seats on three levels around the courtyard theater's thrust stage. Also features a flexible 180-seat theater, a teacher resource center, an English pub, a Shakespearean bookstall, and a special events room.
Presenting free performances of Shakespeare's plays every summer on Boston Common.
A student group at the Evergreen State College, producing Shakespeare for the Olympia, WA, community.
Produces the Los Gatos Shakespeare Festival and tours California with a three-show package.
A community driven, nonprofit theatre company which seeks to keep the works of William Shakespeare relevant and accessible to contemporary audiences throughout Downeast Maine.
Community theater in Hudson County and Jersey City, New Jersey. The site lists upcoming performances and audition information.
Off-Off Broadway theatre ensemble in New York City.
Presenting productions of Shakespeare's plays in Brooklyn, New York.
Produces professional theater, develops new plays, and provides educational experiences for the community.
Professional theatre company based in Brisbane, Australia.
An amateur dramatic society based in Twickenham, South West London.
The National Shakespeare Company for children and young people in the United Kingdom.
An acclaimed professional theatre company based in Bristol, England.
Presenting unique interpretations of the Bards works'. Kelowna, BC, Canada.
A forum for the artistic, managerial, educational leadership for theatres primarily involved with the production of the works of William Shakespeare.
Non-profit educational theatre for youth, based in Waterbury, Connecticut, dedicated to bringing literature to life on stage and in the classroom.
A multi-racial classical repertory company with a strong commitment to arts in education. Describes the program, master classes and teacher resources. Toronto, Ontario.
Non-profit, professional theatre group in Mesa, Arizona, dedicated to performing the classics, and especially the works of William Shakespeare.
One of the world's best touring comedy troupes, known for their fast, funny, and physical condensations of things serious.
Performs at its own theatres in Straford-upon-Avon, as well as in London, Newcastle and overseas. Plays: cast, locations and schedule. History, profile and news of the company. Online archive of photographs, paintings, costumes, designs, prompt books, and records from past productions.
Classical theatre group. Calgary, Alberta.
News, upcoming productions and archive productions information as well as the history of the student theatre group, based in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire.
A school company regularly performing Shakespeare's plays in English in Berlin, Germany.
Critically acclaimed, award-winning company based in Washington DC. Season includes three Shakespearean productions and two classics.
A London-based international touring company of innovative performers that has appeared at Shakespeare festivals around the world.
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