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Celebrating Shakespeare, 2021
Connecting globally through celebrating Shakespeare

Share your monologues, scenes, and thoughts on Shakespeare!
We will post your pieces below.
We are accepting pieces until the end of 2021!

We Invite You to Participate in our

"Celebrating Shakespeare, 2021" Project


To provide a creative outlet during the pandemic and celebrate Shakespeare's birthday, we invite you to share monologues, scenes, and thoughts to celebrate Shakespeare and connect with others online, from now to the end of 2021. All are welcome to participate, from any geographical location, any level of experience, any perspective (actor, audience member, director, designer, academic, student, etc.). We hope you'll explore others’ pieces on this page, and like and support them on their platforms. 

We also have a Facebook event page, to make it easy to invite friends (, as well as the hashtag #SpeechofFireCelebratingShakespeare2021 to make it easy to find posts about the project on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

How to send your piece:

1) First, post your piece on your own preferred platform(s) (Youtube, Vimeo, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, your website, or any other place). You can include the hashtag #SpeechofFireCelebratingShakespeare2021, but it's not required.


2) Then email us at (or send us a message through Facebook or Instagram) with the link to your piece, plus any info you’d like us to include (see the pieces posted below for examples). We’ll add your piece to this page and share it on our social media.

Option 1: Performance--Share video or audio of yourself performing a monologue or scene. It can be as rough and off-the-cuff or as polished and rehearsed as you like!

Option 2: Sharing Thoughts on Shakespeare (video, audio, writing, etc.) reflecting on what Shakespeare means to you, a production of Shakespeare you've seen, a role of Shakespeare you've played, a play you've directed or designed, etc.

Ideas for what to create:






Your piece needn’t be brand new. If you’ve used it before for another purpose, that’s fine. 

Create as many pieces as you like throughout 2021! 

Questions? Email Lauren at

Celebrating Shakespeare, 2021 

Here are the pieces we have received! Thank you to all who participated!

Mira Weidman 

Viola, Twelfth Night, Act 2 Scene 2

Maurice Turner

Othello, Othello, Act 1 Scene 3

Robert Yekwang Jung

Hamlet, Hamlet, Act 3 Scene 1,

Kahlid Tapia

Mercutio fights Tybalt, Romeo and Juliet, Act 3 Scene 1

Robert Yekwang Jung

Hamlet, Hamlet, Act 1 Scene 2,

Carole Godfrey, with Keigan Adams 

Phoebe and Sylvius, As You Like It, Act 3 Scene 5

Jerilyn Sackler

Queen, Cymbeline

Lauren Ash-Morgan

Speech of Fire Founding Co-Artistic Director, Seoul

Tamora, Titus Andronicus, Act 5 Scene 2

Youtube, TikTok, FacebookInstagram

Jerilyn Sackler

Nurse, Romeo & Juliet

Jamie Horan

Launce, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Act 2, Scene 3 

Michael Downey

Speech of Fire Founding Co-Artistic Director, Seoul

Don Armado, Love's Labour's Lost, Act 1 Scene 2

Youtube, TikTok, Facebook, Instagram

Jerilyn Sackler

Fool, King Lear

iThink Improv

Alphabetical "Shakespeare"

Part 1: Q through Z

Cody B. Andrus, Joe Lemmo, and Jacob Felton

iThink Improv

Alphabetical "Shakespeare"

Part 2: A through F

Cody B. Andrus, Joe Lemmo, and Lucindo Teixeira

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