Our mission is to teach Shakespeare in a manner which dispels the fear and mysticism associated with Shakespeare; we nurture a comfort with, and ownership of, his language. Our work with the campers is process based with a focus on collaboration, ensemble work, and a shared responsibility in the creation of the production. The process, the experience in creating, is most important. 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.
Our camps seek to encourage imaginative play, creative expression, collaborative input, and ignite the imagination.
2023 Summer Camps
The Globe Company
June 19 — June 30
June 19-23: 11am-3pm
June 26-30: 11am-3pm
Performance: June 30 at 1:30pm
The Globe Company will present Scenes from Shakespeare and is designed for
8 to15-year-olds who are both serious about acting and new to it.
Campers will learn about performing Shakespeare’s text, and work as an ensemble as they discover character, and develop their very own play.
Members of the Globe Company will work with SOS's Director of Educational Outreach, Nicholas Urda, to choose scenes and monologues from some of Shakespeare's best plays.
Everyone will get a chance to participate and be an active member of the ensemble.
No Shakespeare experience necessary for any of our camps!
Acting for Fun!
June 26 — June 30
June 26-30: 9am- 11am
Acting for Fun! will be a fun and interactive play space for young children ages 5-7.
Campers will be introduced to the world of theatre through games, storytelling, and performance.
If you have a little one who loves to perform or is a budding creative thinker, this camp is perfect for them.
All are welcome! No Shakespeare or theatre experience is necessary!
Any questions, please contact Nicholas Urda, email@example.com