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Tag Archives: “theater education”
Dr. Kelly explains it all! Our resident dramaturg provides historical and theatrical perspective on Shana Cooper’s production of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew. Music by production Sound Designer Jake Rodriguez. Podcast produced by Will McCandless.
By Stage Management intern Julia Van Broek “It’s like American Idiot the Musical meets Alice in Wonderland . . . oh yeah . . . and Shakespeare.” This is how I described The Verona Project to my mother after the first … Continue reading
By Alison Ruth, Artistic Intern I’m Alison, one of two artistic interns at Cal Shakes! Every day is different in the artistic office, which is really fun. My favorite project has been helping Jessica Richards, the casting director, with the … Continue reading
By Anna Kritikos, Marketing intern. I spent last Tuesday at the Five-Week Summer Shakespeare Conservatory, wandering around and observing the multitude of activities; it made me realize how much I miss summer camps. I had a bast just moseying around … Continue reading
The classic Girl Scout song proclaims, “Make new friends, but keep the old. One is silver and the other gold”. This applies to our Summer Shakespeare Conservatory family as well, and not just the kids—teachers, too! There are our golden … Continue reading
Are you a fan of Cal Shakes? Have you been moved by a performance at the Bruns, or touched by an experience you or your child had in one of our camps, classes, Student Discovery Matinees, or talkbacks? If so, … Continue reading
Hello everyone! Today’s Student Discovery Matinee was—yes, you guessed it—awesome. The sun was warm but not unbearable; the chaperones were on their game with their groups; the students (a mix of kids who had been in plays, including Midsummer, and … Continue reading
Our Artistic Learning residency programs are everywhere. Click on the arts and crafts project photo below for a good look.