Win a Shakespeare T-Shirt and Tickets to the Art Stops

It’s time we knew how you REALLY feel about the Society and how we can improve. We have a short list of questions to get your feedback.

How do you feel about the San Diego Shakespeare Society? 

Survey Question

Just a sample question – find the whole survey below!

It’s very quick as most questions are multiple-choice, and you can very easily complete this right on your phone if you’re reading this there. Your responses will help us plan better events and can help us earn more grant funding—organizations love to know specifics about our audience!

UPDATE: our contest has ended, though we still absolutely want to hear your thoughts and feedback! Thank you!

Everything you need is below…

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25th Star Awards Honoring SDSS Board Member Gordon Gidlund

Join The San Diego Performing Arts League for the 25th STAR AWARDS on February 2, 2019, a celebration of volunteers in the performing arts!

“Individuals representing over 40 arts companies will be honored for volunteering over 200,000 hours to the arts.”

Our Membership Director Gordon Gidlund (and playwright of three Shakespeare-themed mock trials), will receive an award that evening for his countless hours of dedication to SDSS!

A practicing attorney with the IRS Office of Chief Counsel since 1984 and an adjunct professor at the University of San Diego School of Law since 1999, Mr. Gidlund is concerned with the intersection of Shakespeare and the law. He has written two scripts for the Society’s mock trial productions, “The Kingdom of Denmark against Hamlet” and “The Kingdom of Naples vs. Prospero”. He served as a Peace Corps Volunteer teaching English in the Republic of Korea. As a yeoman, he has had long associations with the Boy Scouts, the Red Cross, St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church, and the local Civil War Round Table. He has a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and a J.D. from the University of Minnesota.

Click here to attend the ceremony!

 

 

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