Upcoming Previews

The Jungle Book

Elementary School Program Preview
September 26, 2018, 4pm  
Shakesperience Studio
Free Tickets ($10 suggested donation at the door) 

In a world where man and animal uneasily coexist, three actors inhabit the creatures of the jungle to tell the story of Mowgli the man-cub. Through his adventures with Baloo and Bagheera, Mowgli learns about responsibility, respect, honesty, and the importance of rules, not the least of which is the Law of the Jungle. A constantly evolving totem of stacking dolls round out the props and scenery for the production.

Bring the whole family!

The Sword in the Stone

Elementary to School Program Preview
October 5, 2018,
4pm  
Shakesperience Studio
Free Tickets ($10 suggested donation at the door) 

With anti bullying messages framed in the six pillars of character, Shakesperience employs a giant soma cube set with paintings inspired by J.M.W. Turner to show Arthur’s journey from obscurity to monarchy. Sorcerer Merlin and brother Kai help and guide him along the way as Arthur meets his destiny.  


Shakespeare Interactive Workshops 1 and 2

Middle School Program Preview 

October 12, 2018,  Workshop 1 - 4pm  Workshop 2 - 5pm
Shakesperience Studio
Free Tickets ($10 suggested donation at the door) 

Audience members guest star with two professional actors in their classroom as they present scenes to demonstrate the language, themes, and literary & theatrical devices. These series of in-class workshops are designed with several versions to make the text accessible to students of all ages and experience levels.

Shakespeare Interactive High School Workshop

High School Preview

October 19, 2018, 4pm 

Shakesperience Studio

Free Tickets ($10 suggested donation at the door) 

  

Two actors lead the group through a workshop which focuses on how Shakespeare created tools in his language to help the actor and audience understand his meaning. The workshop also focuses on themes that are relevant to today for students as well as working with any Shakespeare play the students will be reading that year. Students perform with the actors, as in the first two.