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SUMMER SEASON
ACCEPTING INTERESTED STUDENTS AGES 7-19 NOW - EMAIL PROJECTSHAKESPEARE@GMAIl.COM

THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN CANCELLED

SPEAK THE SPEECH

Directed by Deborah Shakespeare Thurber

PS Too!

Ages 5-12 or students new to Shakespeare

 

Students will explore the fundamentals of Shakespeare’s language, learn how to create a character, and master the art of story telling 

through voice and movement. No experience necessary.  

Must be engaged, focused and self-motivated.

Students will perform scenes and monologues from plays chosen from those performed by PS in the last 30 years.

Tuition:  $200

Rehearsals TBA

Performances TBA

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
Directed by Anna Petrova

PS Mainstage

Ages 7 -19

 

Lovers, villains and clowns take center stage in one of Shakespeare’s most popular romantic comedies. Rivals Benedick and Beatrice match their razor sharp wits in a war of words that strike hilarious chords revealing timeless truths about love, change and acceptance. Much Ado is a story of ardor and deception where good triumphs over evil, lovers unite and all ends well in a rollicking dance.

Tuition:  $300

Rehearsals: TBA

Performances: TBA

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MACBETH

Directed by Deborah Shakespeare Thurber

PS Mainstage

Ages 10 -19

Macbeth returns victorious from war physically unscathed but emotionally rattled.  At home Lady Macbeth is coping from the loss of a child.  A disturbing prophecy from three weird sisters leads the Macbeths on a journey from glory to villainy as they battle their own inner demons and fight to rule Scotland.  Macbeth is not only a story of ambition, murder, grief and loss but also of love of family and of homeland - one of Shakespeare’s greatest masterpieces.

 

Tuition:  $300

Rehearsals: TBA

Performances: TBA

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PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR

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A WRINKLE IN TIME

Novel by Madeleine L’Engle
Adapted and Directed by

Deborah Shakespeare Thurber

THIS SHOW HAS CLOSED

All Ages

It was a dark and stormy night when three otherworldly creatures appear and sweep Meg, her brother Charles Wallace and their friend Calvin on a most dangerous and extraordinary mission – to save Dr. Murry, who has gone missing while doing top secret work and the very safety of the universe.

Tuition:  $100

Rehearsals: Feb 24 - March 1

Performances: March 2* (3pm)

*Snow date March 3

THE MIRACULOUS JOURNEY OF
EDWARD TULANE

Novel by Kate DiCamillo
Adapted & Directed by
Deborah Shakespeare Thurber

THIS SHOW IS CAST

All Ages

Once in a house on Egypt Street, there lived a china rabbit named Edward Tulane. The rabbit was very pleased with himself, and for good reason: he was owned by a girl named Abilene, who treated him with the utmost care and adored him completely.  And then, one day, he was lost. “  Kate DiCamillo’s story takes us on an extraordinary journey where we are shown a true miracle: even a heart of the most breakable kind can learn to love, to lose, and to love again. 

 

Tuition:  $100

Rehearsals: TBA

Performances: TBA

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Limited scholarships are available for all programs

and are rewarded based on the merit of need.

Please request a Scholarship Form.

HOW TO APPLY

Email projectshakespeare@gmail.com to apply

Include the following information:

  • Which project you're interested in

  • Name / Age of student(s)

Project Shakespeare welcomes all students ages 5–18 years old

to participate in theatre productions and homeschool classes. See specified ages for each project.

No experience is necessary and students are not required to audition.

However, all participants should be curious, highly engaged, self-motivated, and self-disciplined.

Upon acceptance, you will be emailed forms pertinent to the particular program.

These forms may include a Registration Form, Rehearsal & Performance Expectations,

Parent Agreement, Scholarship Application and Student Evaluation.

These may be submitted via email, regular mail or on the first day of the program.

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