Thank you to everyone who participated in our survey earlier this year. Below are many of our findings and will help us to plan in 2022 and beyond.
Discover all our Shakespeare Books of the Month
Starting earlier this year, we've begun featuring a different Bard-related book each month on social media. Now you can find all of them in one spot!
NEW: share your IDEAS and add your EVENTS!
We've opened two opportunities up to our entire community! First: share your thoughts in our news! Write about your thoughts, reviews, opinions
Watch Now: The Shakespeare Prison Project with its founder and director Jonathan Shailor
Founder and Director Jonathan Shailor shares a brief history of the project, with evidence of its effectiveness, and stories that highlight pivotal
Enter to win $150 in Amazon Gift Cards!
As we all return to both NEW and NORMAL, we'd love to hear your opinion on events and items you'd like us to continue (or new ones!), both in-person
Watch Now: History of Joy performance with co-founder Tom Haine
Our co-founder Tom Haine begins with a brief discussion about the Society and Shakespeare before performing "The Seven Ages of Man" (from As You Like
Watch Now: Enjoy the 2021 Shakespeare Showcase!
To continue our motto that "we do Shakespeare all year 'round", we've asked members to share a sonnet or speech in our third online Showcase! We hope
Watch now: Students perform Shakespeare in our 2021 Virtual Festival!
Thanks to our producing partner Write Out Loud and ALL the students, teachers, and families that participated! Enjoy a number of selections here
Watch Now: “Rude-Growing Briars: Queer Pregnancy in Shakespeare’s ‘Titus Andronicus'” with Dr. Alicia Andrzejewski
In this talk, Dr. Alicia Andrzejewski will bring together queer and feminist theory; performance studies; and archival research to address a
Watch Now: Romantic Art Stops performances at the San Diego Museum of Art
Enjoy our annual love-inspired SDMA performance—virtually this year—combining art from the Museum’s collection and spooky poetry and selections from
Watch Now: “California Dreamin’: Shakespeare and the Border” with Dr. Letty García
Letty García is the UC President's Postdoctoral Scholar in English at UC Santa Barbara. She is primarily interested in Shakespeare and Race, cultural
Announcing Our Open Readings Series for 2021
6 wonderful plays and 6 fantastic leaders! We're so excited to have the following plays and directors for our next season! Thanks to our
New Podcast: Appreciating Shakespeare with Dr. Rap
Episode 1: What's So Great about Shakespeare? Series I, Chapter 1, Session 1 Find more episodes here! Don't miss this new show, produced and
Watch Now: Spooky Art Stops performances at the San Diego Museum of Art
Enjoy our annual Halloween-inspired SDMA performance—virtually this year—combining art from the Museum’s collection and spooky poetry and selections
Watch Now: “Shakespearean Sonnets as Dialogue” with Prof. Paul Majkut
Download an audio version here. In this discussion, Paul will present a short restructuring of the sonnets to give voice for two characters: