Henley Street Theatre and Richmond Shakespeare’s education department offers students of all ages the opportunity to engage in Shakespeare’s works with vigor; using Shakespearean theatrical practices, our hands-on educational model encourages intellectual, emotional and social development.
Henley Street Theatre and Richmond Shakespeare are excited to invite you and your students to join us for educational performances, Shakespearean classes during the school year and 2015 Bardathon. New this year we will also be offering two touring productions – Romeo and Juliet and The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) [revised].
We at Henley Street Theatre and Richmond Shakespeare strongly believe in the importance of live theatre and the effect that it can have on students of all ages. We have seen firsthand the countless benefits that students receive both from watching live theatre and from creating their own, and we are deeply committed to bringing these opportunities to your students in ways that are accessible, engaging, and affordable.
By William Shakespeare
Approximate running time: 90 minutes
One of Shakespeare’s most beloved tragedies, Romeo and Juliet has captured the imaginations of young audiences for centuries. This innovative seven-actor production is available for a limited time only, so reserve ear
NEW THIS YEAR – Let us come to you! Touring dates for Romeo and Juliet are available for $1,500. In addition to a study guide and a post-show talkback, we will also conduct a workshop for your students that can be custom-tailored to your needs!
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)
See what happens when three of our most talented actors attempt to perform all 38 of Shakespeare’s plays in just two hours! This hilarious production includes Othello as a rap, Titus Andronicus as a cooking show and all of the histories as a football game.
Let us come to you! Complete Works is available anytime during the school year. Cost: $1,500
Use this production as a fundraiser for your drama department. It’s easy! Just book this show in the evening hours and charge guests a $5 admission fee, and all profits (minus the $1,500 booking fee) are yours to keep.