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You know who’s cool? Shakespeare.
As part of our year-round education programs, Stages Repertory Theatre is partnering with the Shakespeare Globe Centre of the Southwest to present a free 45-minute performance and discussion for Houston-area campuses. Director Rutherford Cravens brings together four students - Christine Arnold, Nicole Gamache, Miguel Garcia and Paige Warton - from the University of Houston School of Theatre, along with professional actor Eva Laporte, for the five-person adaptation. Tours are available throughout the spring 2013 semester and are provided at no cost to the school!
If you are a parent, teacher or administrator, you’ll want to check out the free educator preview on Saturday February 23, followed by a talk-back with the director and cast! Middle school and high school students are invited to attend the event at Stages, too – after all, we’ll need someone to tell us if we’re cool!
It’s free. There’s snacks. And sword-fighting. (if that doesn’t describe the perfect outing, we don’t know what does!)
5 Actors. 45-minutes. ROMEO & JULIET
Saturday February 23, 2013
at Stages Repertory Theatre
3201 Allen Parkway
Houston, TX 77019
Who: Parents and students! And for teachers and administrators, registration includes the performance + study guide + 2 CPE hours
Register for the Educator Preview: email@example.com
About the Tour:
Ideal for 9th – 12th grade Language Arts and Drama curriculum, this 45-minute touring Shakespeare performance fits perfectly in a classroom schedule and is flexible for a library, large classroom or a large auditorium. Five actors bring Shakespeare’s words to life in a relatable and “ShakesFearless” way, exploring the text of ROMEO & JULIET!
Tours are available for Houston-area locations and surrounding ISDs on mornings throughout the spring semester 2013, based on availability.
For more information, and to book your free touring performance(s), contact Eva Laporte at firstname.lastname@example.org.