Shakespearience

Shakespearience 2015 Presents The Comedy of Errors!

By William Shakespeare
Recommended for grades 7-12

February 2- April 3, 2015

In one of Shakespeare’s earliest plays, two sets of identical twins are separated at birth; Antipholus and Dromio of Ephesus and Antipholus and Dromio of Syracuse.  When Antipholus and Dromio of Ephesus arrive in Syracuse the hometown of their respective twin brothers, complete chaos ensues.  A long series of mishaps due to mistaken identities creates this wild, comical, and fast-paced play.

The National Endowment for the Arts in partnership
with Arts Midwest presents Shakespeare in American
Communities. Idaho Shakespeare Festival is one of 40
professional theater companies selected to participate
in bringing the finest productions of Shakespeare to
middle- and high-school students in communities
across the United States. This is the twelfth year of
this national program, the largest tour of
Shakespeare in American history.

Click here for 2015 Brochure with full info. 

 

Scheduling

2015 Shakespearience Tour Dates

Western 2/2 – 2/6
Eastern 2/9 – 2/13
Western 2/16 – 2/20
Western 2/23 – 2/27
Eastern 3/2 – 3/6
Western 3/9 – 3/13
Northern 3/16 – 3/20
Northern 3/23 – 3/27
Western 3/30 – 4/3

To Book: email kiely@idahoshakespeare.org or call 208-429-9908 x204

Click to watch Behind the Scenes Video of the making of the tours!

 

Program Support

Performances are made possible by a generous community of funders who support our efforts to make theater accessible, relevant, exciting and fun. Please join us in thanking them for their support of the arts and their commitment to education.

  • National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest
  • Shakespeare in American Communities
  • Idaho Women’s Charitable Foundation
  • Idaho Community Foundation and the following Funds:
    • F.M., Anne G & Beverly B. Bistline Foundation
    • CenturyLink Student Philanthropy Fund
    • Children’s Charities of Idaho
    • Bernie & Warren McCain Fund
    • James A. Pinney Memorial Fund
    •  Statewide Education Philanthropic Gift Fund
    • Miles & Virginia Willard Fund
  • Idaho Community Foundation Youth Trust Fund
  • Idaho Commission on the Arts
  • Idaho Humanities Council and National Endowment for the Humanities
  • Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation
  • Wells Fargo
  • Idaho Power Foundation
  • The Whittenberger Foundation
  • Kissler Family Foundation
Idaho Commission on the Arts
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Idaho Humanities Council’s Endowment for Humanities Education. Idaho Humanities Council National Endowment for the Humanities