Residencies

4-or-more sessions

Shakespeare’s Heartbeat

Shakespeare’s Heartbeat uses the heartbeat rhythm of Shakespeare's words and the physicality of his characters to engage with students on the autism spectrum, and also is effective across a constellation of abilities.

Shakespeare In Performance

Delving into Macbeth, Romeo & Juliet, Hamlet, Julius Caesar (and others) to support English and History curriculum, this is a dynamic way to bring the plays to life and make accessible the text, history, performance and cultural contexts. This is our longest residency which culminates in the performance of a play.

Scene Study

Students build courage and confidence in Shakespeare's world. One-to-three person scenes taken from your selected play, which will then be staged and presented to the class and/or school.

Stage Combat

Using Shakespeare's fight scenes, pulled from A Midsummer Nights Dream, Much Ado About Nothing, Macbeth, Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet (just to name a few), our combat directors instruct in basic swordplay and hand-to-hand illusions of violence to safely and effectively perform theatrical combat.

This is an on-your-feet class series that teaches safety and techniques, including Hand-to-Hand (unarmed fighting), Rapier and Dagger, Quarter Staff, Falls, Rolls and Partner Collaboration.

World of Shakespeare

Covering daily life in the 1500-1600’s, specific arts and cultural aspects of society, class systems, religion, Shakespeare’s biography and the world of theatre in Shakespeare’s time.