Shakespeare's exciting historical tale of politics and corruption in ancient Rome contains some of his most eloquent writing. Mark Antony's stirring and powerful 'Friends, Romans, countrymen' speech, Brutus' struggle with his conscience and the thrilling final battle scenes have enthralled audiences for centuries. Shakespeare's keen examination of political and personal downfalls, caused by pride, conspiracy and greed offers rich material for review and discussion.
Fall 2013 tour of
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Stephen Muterspaugh (who directed the hit 2012-13 tour of A Midsummer Night's Dream) also directs this 55-minute show, performed in Shakespeare’s original text.
As always, our touring production travels with a cast of professional actors in costume, with set, props, and recorded music. At the conclusion of the show they will stay to take questions from the audience. Included are THREE WEEKS OF ONE-HOUR LESSON PLANS, written especially for teachers and indexed to state standards. These guides have been acclaimed as valuable resources in readily facilitating an enhanced understanding of the plot, themes, character motives, and language found in Shakespeare’s writing.
Shakespeare is a poet as well as a playwright, and much of his information is conveyed through visual imagery and live performance. Don’t miss this thoroughly affordable opportunity to have his text come to life at YOUR location! If you are interested in having Shakespeare on Tour visit your school, please view our pricing
and staging requirements.
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Tour's A Midsummer Night's Dream (Fall 2012-Spring 2013)
(L to R) Steven Westdahl as Bottom, Melissa Keith as Snout, audience volunteer as Snug, and Sean Mirkovich as Oberon in A Midsummer Night's Dream (Fall 2012, Spring 2013 tour)
About Shakespeare on Tour
For over 25 years Shakespeare On Tour has traveled across the state
bringing a fifty-five minute version of a Shakespeare play to thousands
of students. Each fall and spring our touring troupe of actors arrive
at hundreds of venues, bringing sets, props, costumes, and music
to enliven their performance. The production is professionally directed
and suitable for elementary students through adults. The tour visits
more schools than any other theater group in the state; this year
alone, the tour will present more than 200 performances to over
Schools also receive a curriculum guide written by professional
educators, with lesson plans designed to help teachers prepare their
students to more fully appreciate the performance.
Shakespeare On Tour production history
performance of Shakespeare On Tour's Julius Caesar become scheduled they will be listed below. Please confirm dates and times with venue. All shows are complimentary unless otherwise indicated.
Note: If you'd like to have the tour visit your library or community center, please contact us at 415-558-0888 for information.