Bloody Battles and a Country in Crisis – A Free Talk

SHAKESPEARE DURING THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR

A Free Talk, part of our ongoing lecture series!

  • Sunday, July 7th at 2:00 pm
  • Mission Valley Library
    2123 Fenton Pkwy, San Diego, CA 92108 (click for map)

Join us as Gordon Gidlund, amateur historian, provides a survey of the Shakespearean influences during this critical period in our history.

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Midsummer Art Stops at the Museum of Art (June)

Museum Art Stops

The San Diego Museum of Art and the San Diego Shakespeare Society team up again to celebrate the summer solstice with an enchanted night of performance and poetry!

Take a tour of the Museum’s most summery and romantic works while enjoying selections from Shakespearean plays. Tour begins in Museum rotunda.

Featuring Thomas Haine, Julia Giolzetti, Tom Steward, Gabriel Krut, and Tami Curtice!

Friday, June 21st at 6:00 pm and 7:00 pm

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“How Do You Act Shakespeare?” – A Free Panel Discussion

A FREE DISCUSSION, HOSTED BY SDSS!

  • Sunday, March 17th at 2:00 pm
  • Mission Valley Library
    2123 Fenton Pkwy, San Diego, CA 92108 (click for map)

Topics to include:

  • Rehearsing Shakespeare
  • Auditioning for Shakespeare plays
  • Voice training
  • Verse and Prose
  • Transporting the time and place of the plays
  • Doing research and the director’s vision

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Romantic Art Stops at the San Diego Museum of Art

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15 AT 6 PM and 7 PM

The San Diego Museum of Art and the San Diego Shakespeare Society team up for an enjoyable evening of art and poetry with this special after-hours collaboration!

Featuring Darryl Woodson, John Tessmer, Jess Boles Lohmann, Patricia Elmore Costa, and Nathan Agin performing sonnets, speeches, and scenes from the canon!

RAS Program

Click to see the full program!

Bring your sweetheart to tour the museum’s works of art while hearing and seeing live performances of the sonnets and passages from Shakespeare’s plays, some of the most beautiful expressions of love ever written.

Then continue the fun and head over to the Panama 66 cafe next store for live music and food and wine, or the Prado Restaurant to cap a lovely romantic evening.

Tours will meet and begin in Museum rotunda. Tours start at 6:00 p.m. and at 7:00 p.m.

$5 admission on Fridays from 5:00–8:00 pm (normally $15 for adults during regular hours) Visitors age of 17 or less are free!

RSVP via Meetup or add this to your calendar from the Museum website.

 

 

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