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By Playing With Plays
Hamlet for Kids, Romeo & Juliet for Kids, and Caesar for Kids are just a few of the Playing With Plays books that have made their way into the new libraries in Kenya Schools.
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By Annapolis Shakespeare Company
Annapolis Shakespeare Company opens inaugural season in new 125-seat theatre with Shakespeare's popular MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING.
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By Parking Garage Pictures
National Arts in Education Week, designated by Congress in 2010 as the second full week in September, has on its 2017 calendar a Utah-made adaptation of 'Romeo & Juliet' which will be having its worldwide theatrical premiere on Saturday, September...
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By English-Speaking Union
English-Speaking Union Holds 34th Annual National Shakespeare Competition in New York City
By Monterey Symphony
The Monterey Symphony, under the direction of Guest Conductor Bruno Aprea (b.
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By Philadelphia Artists’ Collective
Running November 30-December 17, 2016 At Broad Street Ministries
By Popular Productions
By Adam Long, Daniel Singer & Jess Winfield Starring Andrew Hodges, Gary Fannin & Peter Brooke Directed by John Payton Produced by John Payton & Lucy Magee for Popular Productions Ltd
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By The Actors Hall of Fame
All New Productions of A MidSummer Night's Dream, Taming of the Shrew & Romeo and Juliet produced for global distribution - Movies, TV and LIVE Social Media Events
By The Actors Hall of Fame Foundation
William Shakespeare The $1 Billion International Brand and Content Partner
By Archbishop Stepinac High School
Three Performances Will Be Performed on Campus Lawn July 28, 29, 30
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By Omnific Publishing
The WORDS Series by Georgina Guthrie released in the Czech Republic as Láska podle Shakespeara
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By American Shakespeare Center
ASC sets institutional record for the largest number of higher education institutions involved the “Little Academe” program, a “semester in a week.”
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By English-Speaking Union, Kansas City Branch
18 Kansas City Area High School Students Prepare for the 32nd Annual Shakespeare Competition—Part of a Year-Long Celebration of Shakespeare’s Extraordinary Legacy 400 Years Ago
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By American Shakespeare Center
“The Sea Voyage” was influenced by Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” and was probably first performed in 1622.
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By Shakespeare On Main Street of Vermont
How do you combine Laurel & Hardy, “Who’s on First,” and Shakespeare? Tom Stoppard did it brilliantly with his 1966 play “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead.”  Shakespeare on Main Street of Vermont will perform this absurdist...
By Oliver Wolcott Library
In our discussion, Dr. Schenker will consider the comic view of life and the ways in which Shakespeare employs theater as symbol and metaphor. At the Oliver Wolcott Library on Sunday, September 27, 2015 from 1:00- 2:00 p.m.
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By BookBuzz.net
Author Ted Bacino Has Optioned His Historical Drama The Shakespeare Conspiracy For A Movie Author Ted Bacino is pleased to announce the promotion of his book, The Shakespeare Conspiracy.
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By Waterlogg Productions
Lost Master Tapes Found in the NFCB Collection at The University of Maryland Libraries.
By The Kit Marlowe Film Co. plc
Elizabethan Poet & Playwright Was Secret Agent For The Crown.
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By English-Speaking Union of the United States
Olivia Sloan, senior homeschool student, competed with 56 other students in ESU's National Shakespeare Competition at Lincoln Center in New York City

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By Annapolis Shakespeare Company
A Family Holiday Tradition and part of 2017-2018 inaugural season in ASC's new theatre.
12665931
By Playing With Plays
Hamlet for Kids, Romeo & Juliet for Kids, and Caesar for Kids are just a few of the Playing With Plays books that have made their way into the new libraries in Kenya Schools.
12665160
By Annapolis Shakespeare Company
Annapolis Shakespeare Company opens inaugural season in new 125-seat theatre with Shakespeare's popular MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING.
12663015
By Parking Garage Pictures
National Arts in Education Week, designated by Congress in 2010 as the second full week in September, has on its 2017 calendar a Utah-made adaptation of 'Romeo & Juliet' which will be having its worldwide theatrical premiere on Saturday, September...
By North Coast Repertory Theatre
There's mischief in the woods!  The Theatre School @ North Coast Repertory Theatre presents William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.
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By English-Speaking Union
English-Speaking Union Holds 34th Annual National Shakespeare Competition in New York City
By Adelphi University
The Department of Theatre performs the classic Shakespearean comedy
By Monterey Symphony
The Monterey Symphony, under the direction of Guest Conductor Bruno Aprea (b.
By New Generation Publishing
A fictional account of some of the influential characters in Shakespeare's eventful life
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By Philadelphia Artists’ Collective
Running November 30-December 17, 2016 At Broad Street Ministries
By Popular Productions
By Adam Long, Daniel Singer & Jess Winfield Starring Andrew Hodges, Gary Fannin & Peter Brooke Directed by John Payton Produced by John Payton & Lucy Magee for Popular Productions Ltd
12587283
By The Actors Hall of Fame
All New Productions of A MidSummer Night's Dream, Taming of the Shrew & Romeo and Juliet produced for global distribution - Movies, TV and LIVE Social Media Events
By Chatterbox PR
The magic of one of the world's most-celebrated coastlines was the inspiration for Big Sur: The Night Sun, an original piece by Emmy Award-winning composer John Wineglass
By The Actors Hall of Fame Foundation
William Shakespeare The $1 Billion International Brand and Content Partner
By Pearland Theatre Guild
Featuring Modern Versions of Romeo & Juliet and The Winter's Tale
By Rubicon Theatre Company
Rubicon Theatre Company presents the gender-bending romantic comedy Twelfth Night, or What You Will, performed by the students of the Education Department's Fearless Shakespeare Intensive.
By Archbishop Stepinac High School
Three Performances Will Be Performed on Campus Lawn July 28, 29, 30
By Boston Center for Adult Education
The Boston Center for Adult Education Hosts Behind-the-Scenes Tour of Love's Labour's Lost
By Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum
The year 2016 marks the remembrance, worldwide, of Shakespeare's death 400 years ago, as well as what is shaping up to be a historic election year in the U.S.
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By Omnific Publishing
The WORDS Series by Georgina Guthrie released in the Czech Republic as Láska podle Shakespeara
12536977
By American Shakespeare Center
ASC sets institutional record for the largest number of higher education institutions involved the “Little Academe” program, a “semester in a week.”
12534619
By English-Speaking Union, Kansas City Branch
18 Kansas City Area High School Students Prepare for the 32nd Annual Shakespeare Competition—Part of a Year-Long Celebration of Shakespeare’s Extraordinary Legacy 400 Years Ago
12532503
By American Shakespeare Center
“The Sea Voyage” was influenced by Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” and was probably first performed in 1622.
By Odyssey Theatre Ensemble/The New American Theatre
LOS ANGELES — Odyssey Theatre Ensemble and The New American Theatre celebrate El Niño with a perfect storm of comedy, romance, mystery and magic.
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By Shakespeare On Main Street of Vermont
How do you combine Laurel & Hardy, “Who’s on First,” and Shakespeare? Tom Stoppard did it brilliantly with his 1966 play “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead.”  Shakespeare on Main Street of Vermont will perform this absurdist...
By Oliver Wolcott Library
Monday Scholars combines the best of online learning with face-to-face classroom discussion! This session’s course will be Shakespeare: Comedies and Histories. At the Oliver Wolcott Library from December 7- February 8, 2016 at 12:30- 2:00 p.m.
By Oliver Wolcott Library
In our discussion, Dr. Schenker will consider the comic view of life and the ways in which Shakespeare employs theater as symbol and metaphor. At the Oliver Wolcott Library on Sunday, October 25, 2015 from 1:00- 2:00 p.m.
By Oliver Wolcott Library
In our discussion, Dr. Schenker will consider the comic view of life and the ways in which Shakespeare employs theater as symbol and metaphor. At the Oliver Wolcott Library on Sunday, September 27, 2015 from 1:00- 2:00 p.m.
By Five Star Publications, Inc.
As English teachers across the globe contemplate how to mark the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death next year, they’ll be faced with one question when considering tackling the works of Shakespeare: To read or not to read?
By Pearland Theatre Guild
Something wicked this way comes. Three witches weave a circle of magic around Macbeth, flattering his vanity and encouraging the evil inside him.

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