The Negro Classical Cultural Carnival and Shakespeare Theatre Company join forces to celebrate the beat that connects us all.
Discover the literature and history that helped to shape the Bard’s imagination.
Join us for discussions hosted by distinguished Shakespeare critic and scholar Marjorie Garber.
A panel discussion of artistic practitioners from across the DC area
Shakespeare’s original text side-by-side with newly translated works
Teachers, students and lovers of Shakespeare talk pedagogy
Discuss Shakespeare’s Lear with renowned scholar Marjorie Garber and peruse a special installation from the Library of Congress Rare Books and Special Collections Division.
Join artists on the verge of international careers for an evening of music and drama.
The Helen Hayes award winning and renowned production
Commedia dell'Arte: from Renaissance roots to modern play
Directed by Michelle Banks
The new VOCA Ensemble of Deaf and Hard of Hearing (HoH) BIPOC individuals will share their true stories and experiences in American Sign Language (ASL)
Join the discussion, and unpack Shakespeare's Sources with DC theater artists and NGA Library curators
STC Associate Director says "Good. Cancel Shakespeare. It’s about time." Find out why in his facinating essays and commentary.