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AT THE FESTIVAL

PROLOGUES

11 a.m. before selected matinées of King Lear, Much Ado About Nothing, A Wrinkle in Time and Frankenstein Revived.

Led by Festival teaching artists appearing in the matinée, these active workshops bring students from different schools together to explore the show's key themes, questions and characters. $4 per student.

(Free for participants in the Teaching Stratford Program)

2023 Prologue Dates - coming soon 

To book, please contact our Box Office

Tools for Teachers sponsored by

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The Tools for Teachers program includes Prologues, Study Guides, and Stratford Shorts

STUDENT WORKSHOPS

These dynamic one-hour practical sessions provide students with a hands-on opportunity to deepen their Stratford experience. 

Available at 10 and 11 a.m. before a matinée, workshops are available on topics connected to the season's plays.

$8 per person, minimum 20 people.

For an additional travel fee, workshops can also take place at your school.

Availability is limited. Reservations need to be made at least two weeks in advance.

To book or inquire, send us an email

POST-SHOW CHATS

Book a half-hour discussion with cast members immediately following your performance. $2.75 per person, minimum 20 people.

Availability is limited. Reservations must be made at least two weeks in advance.

To book or inquire, send us an email




Click here for virtual chats and workshop options for your classroom.