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WillPower Tour


  Romeo & Juliet


Printable Reservation Form for Romeo & Juliet

Touring to schools in Pennsylvania, New Jersey & Delaware
October 5 - November 11, 2011

The Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival on the campus of DeSales University is the Official Shakespeare Festival of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and a professional, not-for-profit theatre company. Founded in 1991, PSF was established to present the works of Shakespeare and other world renowned playwrights in a festival setting each summer. 

The Linny Fowler WillPower Tour is the centerpiece of the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival’s educational programming. Four years of the past six sold-out tours were honored to be selected as part of Shakespeare in American Communities: Shakespeare for a New Generation, sponsored by the National Edowment for the Arts in cooperation with Arts Midwest. Now in its 12th year, WillPower has served more than 100,000 students and has a well-established reputation for excellence.

 
 
  • A touring performance of Romeo & Juliet that illuminates the richness and dimensionality of Shakespeare's characters and the beauty of his language
  • Professionally directed 80-minute show with sets and costumes
  • A company of highly trained and experienced actor/teachers deliver compelling performances and quality curriculum
  • Half-day or full-day programming meets academic standards with curriculum guides provided in advance
  • Post-play discussions give students the opportunity to share their reactions and insights
 
 

 
Printable Reservation Form for Romeo & Juliet



The Workshops | The Performance | The Cost

 
 


"It was my first time ever seeing a live performance of Shakespeare, and it was really cool."

                          - Student, Conrad Weiser High School, Robesonia, PA

 
 

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