2021 Spring Shakespeare Program

Celebration   Education   Entertainment

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"Is there no play

To ease the anguish of a torturing hour?" 

– A Midsummer Night’s Dream

We are back with a fully online 2021 Spring Shakespeare Program: online acting classes in May, an invitation to participate in our Celebrating Shakespeare 2021 program for Shakespeare's birthday, and a play to watch! Join us online for celebration, education, and entertainment!

2021 Spring Shakespeare Program

Celebration   Education   Entertainment

"I have a speech of fire, that fain would blaze..."

-Laertes, Hamlet, Act 4 Scene 7

INTRODUCING
SPEECH OF FIRE

Photo by Robert Michael Evans

Lauren Ash-Morgan and Michael Downey in 

Shakespeare's Love and Despair: Macbeth, Seoul Shakespeare Company

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Celebrating Shakespeare, 2021

Connecting globally through celebrating Shakespeare

To celebrate Shakespeare's birthday, we are inviting people to share monologues, scenes, and thoughts to celebrate Shakespeare and connect with each other online.

We invite you to participate, and to explore others' pieces.

Speech of Fire's

Shakespeare Studio

--Online!

May 2021 Acting Classes

Sundays May 9, 16, 23, 30

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Photos by Laura Jasinskaite

We have adapted our usual classes for an online format! Come join us for two courses, appropriate for all levels of experience.

Missing theatre?

You can now watch The Orderly from home!

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We have released the video of our 2019 production of Michael Downey’s solo play The Orderly, and we are asking viewers to support frontline workers.

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Speech of Fire is proud to be a member of The Shakespeare Theatre Association (STA).

For more information visit www.stahome.org.

 

STA was established to provide a forum for the artistic, managerial, educational leadership for theatres primarily involved with the production of the works of William Shakespeare; to discuss issues and methods of work, resources, and information; and to act as an advocate for Shakespearean productions and training.