Brave New World Theatre Workshop
The Brave New World Theatre Workshop is held periodically as funding permits. Teachers who attend participate in various seminars, attend a performance of our current production, and participate in a post-production discussion with local respondents. Drama and English teachers who attend are able to sharpen their skills at this provocative and inspirational workshop and make valuable contacts for future endeavors.
Here’s what one attendee said about the workshop: “Thank you for offering this workshop. The program from start to finish was outstanding; I cannot remember any other workshop that was more helpful and relevant.”
Contact us for information on future Brave New World Theatre Workshops.
Educational handouts are available for grades K5 through high school.
- Crossing Shakespeare’s Shrew—a crossword puzzle for word lovers
- Making ShreWords—new vocabulary from Taming of the Shrew!
- Shrew by the Numbers—for all you mathematics fanatics!
- A Shakespeare of Many Colors—break out the crayons!
- Word Coinage—new words from Shakespeare’s world . . . and a chance to make up your own words
- Lexicon—the vocabulary of Two Gentlemen of Verona with definitions and quotations from the play
- Famous Quotations—a peek into Shakespeare’s bag of verbal tricks using popular quotations from Two Gentlemen of Verona
- Shakespearean Ear Candy—wordplay and puns in Shakespeare’s Two Gentlemen of Verona
- Word Search—characters and place names from Two Gentlemen of Verona
A version of Midsummer Night’s Dream told by Charles and Mary Lamb and adapted by Kim Stegall can be accessed here.
A version of Taming of the Shrew told by Mary and Charles Lamb and adapted by Kim Stegall can be accessed here.
A version of Two Gentlemen of Verona told by Mary and Charles Lamb and adapted by Kim Stegall can be accessed here.
A version of As You Like It told by Mary and Charles Lamb and adapted by Kim Stegall can be accessed here.
Join some of the cast and creative team for fun-filled, post-production discussions after each Monday performance. The talkbacks usually last about about 20 minutes and give the audience members opportunity to ask the actors and designers questions about the production.
Cuttings & Play Kits
If you like what you saw and would like to put a similar production on the boards, get information about cuttings and play kits available for purchase.