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Teaching Shakespeare School | Stratford Festival
The Teaching Shakespeare School is the Stratford Festival's flagship education progra...Full Description
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Teaching Shakespeare School | Stratford Festival
The Teaching Shakespeare School is the Stratford Festival's flagship education program, guiding teachers and students through a hands-on, drama-based exploration of Shakespeare's plays.

For more information, visit: http://www.stratfordfestival.ca/tss
AMI Blindsighted: Stratford Festival, Toronto; Kelly MacDonald
In this edition of AMI's Blindsighted with Kelly MacDonald, we learn more about the w...Full Description
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AMI Blindsighted: Stratford Festival, Toronto; Kelly MacDonald
In this edition of AMI's Blindsighted with Kelly MacDonald, we learn more about the world famous Stratford Festival's Live Description program. Kelly explores the work behind these massive productions and how live DV is incorporated.

Making accessible media for all Canadians. For more information please visit AMI.ca.
Set Shakespeare Free
Andrea Jackson sends her advice to elementary teachers starting Shakespeare with thei...Full Description
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Set Shakespeare Free
Andrea Jackson sends her advice to elementary teachers starting Shakespeare with their class. For more materials and resources, visit www.folger.edu/elementary
Jump Into It
Edward Daranyi shares his advice for teaching Shakespeare to elementary students, alo...Full Description
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Jump Into It
Edward Daranyi shares his advice for teaching Shakespeare to elementary students, along with his favorite activity.
Stratford Shakespeare Festival teaches local students at Michigan State
Michigan State University, Wharton Center for Performing Arts and the MSU Federal Cre...Full Description
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Stratford Shakespeare Festival teaches local students at Michigan State
Michigan State University, Wharton Center for Performing Arts and the MSU Federal Credit Union Institute for Arts & Creativity partnered with North America's largest classical repertory theater, the internationally renowned Stratford Shakespeare Festival of Canada, for a series of annual teaching and performing residencies.
Stratford Shakespeare Challenge (2012): First Place - A Midsummer Night's Dream, Act I, Scene 2
http://stratfordshakespearefestival.com/challenge The Stratford Shakespeare Challeng...Full Description
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Stratford Shakespeare Challenge (2012): First Place - A Midsummer Night's Dream, Act I, Scene 2
http://stratfordshakespearefestival.com/challenge

The Stratford Shakespeare Challenge invites high-school students to perform a scene from Shakespeare at the Studio Theatre for a chance to win $10,000.

Representing Sir Oliver Mowat:
Larissa Currie, Galen Sedlak, Melanie White, Nolan Daniels, Justin Birco and Angelica Thompson
Stratford Shakespeare Challenge (2012): Second Place - Macbeth, Act I, Scene 7
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Stratford Shakespeare Challenge (2012): Second Place - Macbeth, Act I, Scene 7
http://stratfordshakespearefestival.com/challenge

The Stratford Shakespeare Challenge invites high-school students to perform a scene from Shakespeare at the Studio Theatre for a chance to win $10,000.

Representing St. Elizabeth Catholic H.S:
Luke Pieroni and Sarah Doyle
Stratford Shakespeare Challenge (2012): Third Place - Cymbeline, Act III, Scene 4
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Stratford Shakespeare Challenge (2012): Third Place - Cymbeline, Act III, Scene 4
http://stratfordshakespearefestival.com/challenge

The Stratford Shakespeare Challenge invites high-school students to perform a scene from Shakespeare at the Studio Theatre for a chance to win $10,000.

Representing Ridley College:
Madeleine Heaven, Eric Gordon, Jasper Zawadzki, David Wakil, Daniella Leacock, Jeremy Kei, Ashley Roach, Alexia Noble Teuscher and Sophie Munden
Stratford Shakespeare Challenge (2012): The Comedy of Errors, Act III, Scene 2
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Stratford Shakespeare Challenge (2012): The Comedy of Errors, Act III, Scene 2
http://stratfordshakespearefestival.com/challenge

The Stratford Shakespeare Challenge invites high-school students to perform a scene from Shakespeare at the Studio Theatre for a chance to win $10,000.

Representing Stratford Central H.S:
Jake Stern and Jonny Wooley
Stratford Shakespeare Challenge (2012): Macbeth, Act I, Scene 3
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Stratford Shakespeare Challenge (2012): Macbeth, Act I, Scene 3
http://stratfordshakespearefestival.com/challenge

The Stratford Shakespeare Challenge invites high-school students to perform a scene from Shakespeare at the Studio Theatre for a chance to win $10,000.

Representing St. Elizabeth Catholic H.S:
Lauren Mazzuca, Francesca Vorvis, Samantha Sinopoli, Olivia Debiase and Christina Gorman
Stratford Shakespeare Challenge (2011): First Place - Richard III, Act 1, Scene 2
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Stratford Shakespeare Challenge (2011): First Place - Richard III, Act 1, Scene 2
http://www.stratfordshakespearefestival.com/challenge

The Stratford Shakespeare Challenge invites high-school students to submit a video of their performance of a scene from Shakespeare for the chance to win $10,000.

Representing Unionville High School:
Sofie Provad as Lady Anne
Rob Wierzbicki as Richard III
Stratford Shakespeare Challenge (2011): Third Place - Othello, Act 5, Scene 2
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Stratford Shakespeare Challenge (2011): Third Place - Othello, Act 5, Scene 2
http://www.stratfordshakespearefestival.com/challenge

The Stratford Shakespeare Challenge invites high-school students to submit a video of their performance of a scene from Shakespeare for the chance to win $10,000.

Representing Bell High School:
Nicholas Frosst as Othello
Madeline Smith as Desdemona
Shakespeare - Titus Andronicus.mpg
90 High Schools from across the province of Ontario submitted entries to the 2011 Str...Full Description
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Shakespeare - Titus Andronicus.mpg
90 High Schools from across the province of Ontario submitted entries to the 2011 Stratford "Shakespeare Challenge" competition. Top selected entries were invited to perform their submissions on stage at the Studio Theatre in Stratford, Ontario on May 5th 2011 before a live audience and a distinguished panel of professional Adjudicator's. St. Elizabeth Catholic High School performed this challenging scene from Act 2 Scene 3 of Shakespeare's tragedy "Titus Andronicus". Judgment of this performance against all other submissions from across the province brought home 4th place honours to St. E's in this very prestigious Canadian theatrical event.
It Gets Better, stories from our friends at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Members of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival's 2010 Company present their stories an...Full Description
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It Gets Better, stories from our friends at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Members of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival's 2010 Company present their stories and views on why "It Gets Better". This video is an independent production by 3umvirate Productions, with the endorsement from and the approval of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.
In Conversation with Antoni Cimolino, General Director of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Antoni recounts his experience of the "real magic of Culture Days" when artists in St...Full Description
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In Conversation with Antoni Cimolino, General Director of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival
Antoni recounts his experience of the "real magic of Culture Days" when artists in Stratford came together to plan an activity for the inaugural Culture Days event weekend in 2010 and how the culmination of their planning was expressed in a large street fair where over 3500 people came together to celebrate the arts, artists and the Stratford community itself.

The In Conversation Video Series is presented by Culture Days' National Broadcast Partner, CBC.
Part 1: Stratford Festival/Suchitoto Project - "Sharing the Dream"
Part 1 of 2: Stratford-Suchitoto Project The "Sharing a Dream" initiative aims to re...Full Description
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Part 1: Stratford Festival/Suchitoto Project - "Sharing the Dream"
Part 1 of 2: Stratford-Suchitoto Project

The "Sharing a Dream" initiative aims to replicate in Suchitoto the compelling success story that began in Stratford 55 years ago: the establishment of what is now North America's leading classical theatre. This project entails rebuilding and transforming an existing but fragmented infrastructure into a unified and self-sustaining centre for theatre arts in Central America.

For more information: http://www.stratfordfestival.ca/suchitoto
Part 2: Stratford Festival/Suchitoto Project - "Sharing the Dream"
Part 2 of 2: Stratford-Suchitoto Project The "Sharing a Dream" initiative aims to re...Full Description
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Part 2: Stratford Festival/Suchitoto Project - "Sharing the Dream"
Part 2 of 2: Stratford-Suchitoto Project

The "Sharing a Dream" initiative aims to replicate in Suchitoto the compelling success story that began in Stratford 55 years ago: the establishment of what is now North America's leading classical theatre. This project entails rebuilding and transforming an existing but fragmented infrastructure into a unified and self-sustaining centre for theatre arts in Central America.

For more information: http://www.stratfordfestival.ca/suchitoto
Suchitoto Students at the Canadian Embassy
Watch students from EsArtes perform just outside the Canadian Embassy. It was their l...Full Description
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Suchitoto Students at the Canadian Embassy
Watch students from EsArtes perform just outside the Canadian Embassy. It was their last performance of the week and a very emotional evening.

They are standing in the rotunda just outside the Canadian Embassy's front doors. Tatiana de la Ossa, the Artistic and Executive Director of the project, teaches them about the acoustic properties of the space.