The Education Department at the Stratford Festival can provide you and your students with access to the best actors, artisans and production personnel the country has to offer.We are happy to arrange and facilitate customized learning experiences wherever possible, including:
Representatives of the Festival's acting company, production crew and administrative staff are available for these experiences, either on site, in your classroom or via remote access (Skype).Please contact Katherine Laing at 1.800.561.1233, ext. 2293, or by email to begin planning.Faculty Day – Friday, May 24This day for university and college faculty provides an opportunity to get a sneak peek at the season and some ‘insider’ info on the productions on this year’s playbill. Join Festival artists as they offer insight into the directorial and design concepts driving this year’s productions. Capitalize on networking opportunities with your colleagues over lunch before taking in a matinee or evening performance.Itinerary9 to 10am – Tour the Archives and gain insight on the season from one of the Festival’s designers.10:30am to 12pm – Various designers and directors talk about their productions.12 to 12:30pm – Director of Education provides details on additional learning and enrichment opportunities available to faculty and students both at the Festival and in classrooms.12:30pm – Packed lunch provided.Price includes a tour of the Festival Archives, talks by designers and other artistic personnel, lunch, and one free performance ticket to your choice of the matinee of Romeo and Juliet, or the evening performance of The Three Musketeers that day (subject to availability).Cost: $30 +tax (includes tour, talks, lunch and one performance ticket)For more information call 519.271.4040 ext. 2293, or email
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