Fall Festival of Shakespeare Returns with New Live-stream Viewing Option

LENOX, Mass. – Shakespeare & Company’s 33rd annual Fall Festival of Shakespeare returns Thursday, Nov. 18 through Sunday, Nov. 21 – welcoming more than 300 students from 10 high schools in Massachusetts and New York, and presenting 10 different productions. For the first time in its history, the festival will be live-streamed through Community…

Shakespeare & Company to Premiere Fall Festival Documentary”Speak What We Feel” at the Berkshire International Film Festival

(Lenox, MA) — Shakespeare & Company is proud to announce the Berkshire International Film Festival’s (BIFF) world premiere of Speak What We Feel,a feature length documentary film by Patrick J. Toole, based on the Company’s nationally-acclaimed The Fall Festival of Shakespeare, and narrated by Director of Education, Kevin G. Coleman. The film…

PREVIEW: Chatham High School Presents “Macbeth”

Preview article by Gail M. Burns, November 2004. For the fifth consecutive year students at Chatham High School are participating in Shakespeare & Company’s annual Fall Festival of Shakespeare. They are one of ten schools in Massachusetts and New York preparing a 90 minute version of a Shakespearean play for…

PREVIEW: “The Comedy of Errors” at Chatham High School

Preview article by Gail M. Burns, November 2003. For the fourth consecutive year, Chatham High will be participating in Shakespeare & Company’s nationally acclaimed Fall Festival of Shakespeare. This year Shakespeare & Company artists Jennie Burkhard and Stephen Anderson are directing an enthusiastic cast of 9th-12th graders at Chatham High…

PREVIEW: Mt. Greylock Regional High School Presents “Twelfth Night”

Preview article by Gail M. Burns, November 2003. It has become an autumn tradition for Mt. Greylock Regional High School to mount a Shakespearean production, and for many years now those shows have been produced under the aegis of Shakespeare & Company as a part of their Fall Festival of…

Preview of the 1999 Fall Festival of Shakespeare

Preview article by Gail M. Burns, November, 1999 Students from McCann and Mt. Greylock have given up their afternoons and evenings for the past two months to rehearse the 90 minute versions of Shakespeare that they will be presenting at Shakespeare & Company’s 11th annual Fall Festival of Shakespeare. They…

REVIEW: Mt. Greylock Regional High School Presents “The Winter’s Tale”

Reviewed by Gail M. Burns, November 1999 I have not seen “The Winter’s Tale” since that hazy period in my life BC (before children). Way back then I did a paper on Shakespeare’s “romances”, and I saw the scarcely performed play at the Shakespeare Festival in Stratford, Connecticut, with the…

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