Education 

with Shakespeare on the Sound

Shakespeare on the Sound’s educational programs teach Shakespeare in a manner which dispels the fear and mysticism associated with Shakespeare; we nurture a comfort with, and ownership of, his language. We believe Shakespeare is for everyone regardless of age, race, gender, and socio-economic background. Our programs illuminate Shakespeare’s relevance in our lives today.

EDUCATION MISSION STATEMENT

Shakespeare on the Sound offers educational programming in schools, at libraries, in the park, and in our community. Explore our programs below and reach out with any questions to our Director of Educational Programming, Nick Urda nick@shakespeareonthesound.org

In Schools

We offer offer workshops on any of Shakespeare's plays or any classical play that your class is studying. 

Current workshops ready for booking: Romeo & Juliet, Twelfth Night, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Macbeth, Hamlet, Othello

Contact us for pricing and specifics.

Tours

Book a tour for your school! 

Our current offerings are 

R+J4evr (grades 6+)

Pre-Show Tour (all ages) 

Summer Camps

We offer summer camps for children ages 7-15.

The First Folio players is perfect for 7-10 year olds.

The Globe Company will present Macbeth Jr. and is designed for 11-15 year olds who are serious about acting. 

Professional Training

We offer opportunities for young professionals during our summer production.

Apprenticeships run from mid-May through early-July and will perform the Pre-Show and tour, attend master classes with professionals in New York City, and create their own shows through Budding Bards.

Internships are available in various disciplines within our company.

In the Park

Visit our education tent in the park before the show!

Stick around to watch Shakespeare in 30-minutes, a half-hour version of our MainStage production, occurring 30-minutes before the show.

Shakespeare on the Sound

is a proud member of the

Shakespeare Theatre Association

Where Shakespeare Lives Now!

Contact

PO Box 15, Norwalk, CT, 06853

contactus@shakespeareonthesound.org
203-299-1300

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