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Spilling from the stage into the lobbies and the street, Director Ed Sylvanus Iskandar’s all-male production presents a provocative new approach to Shakespeare's THE TAMING OF THE SHREW and an utterly unique audience experience.

Watch a montage of scenes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjcnD54O92E

Get information, watch more videos, and buy tickets to THE TAMING OF THE SHREW: http://goo.gl/YZTvCv

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Why wait for your formal invitation?

Join us for a party like none you’ve seen, heard or tasted. Spilling from the stage into the lobbies and the street, Director Ed Sylvanus Iskandar’s production presents a provocative new approach to Shakespeare's THE TAMING OF THE SHREW and an utterly unique audience experience.

Learn more -->  http://goo.gl/3JGdnp
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OTHELLO, Act 4, scene 1.

Iago’s machinations are nearly complete. Could they be foiled with mere words? Would one simple action unravel the entire tapestry? 

Find out in this annotated interactive exploration. Click here to undo OTHELLO: http://goo.gl/Y61sDk

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Watch the powerful, NEW trailer for OTHELLO!

For OTHELLO tickets and information: http://goo.gl/tnomys

Internationally acclaimed director Ron Daniels joins STC to helm OTHELLO, Shakespeare’s tale of jealousy, duplicity, and destruction. Faran Tahir stars in the title role with Jonno Roberts as Iago.

Buy your tickets today!
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The Prosecast podcast episode for OTHELLO is live!

Listen/stream: http://goo.gl/WfvUYZ

The latest Prosecast takes you inside the Shakespeare Theatre Company production of OTHELLO. The logic of Shakespearian cartography, the mysteries of Othello’s past and Desdemona's devotion. With special guest Ryman Sneed (Desdemona).
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In this week’s episode of STORIES VOICED, Renea Brown, STC’s Resident Teaching Artist, shares a story about how she stood up to a college director who couldn’t see past the color of her skin--> http://goo.gl/Fu4h0V
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We're proud to announce THE PADUA FINISHING SCHOOL: a place for those who are never finished. 
 
Designed for lifelong learners, this series of 20 make-and-take workshops and life-hack seminars will include how-to’s on PAINTING, VERTICAL GARDENING, SELF-CARE, GIFT WRAPPING, LETTER MAKING, and more! Learn more --> http://goo.gl/aQCRu4 
A place for those who are never finished. Creating a real-life place for commerce, creativity and community, throughout the run of The Taming of the Shrew STC’s
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We've created a text adventure game based on George Orwell’s 1984!

Report for your shift at the Ministry of Truth where you’ll spend your workday rectifying “misprints” in newspaper articles to properly reflect the Party’s ever changing version of history and language. But be careful, Big Brother is always watching.

Play REDACTOR: http://goo.gl/5I1pG4
A text adventure based on George Orwell's 1984. Report for your shift at the Ministry of Truth where you'll spend your workday rectifying “misprints” in newspaper articles to properly reflect the Party's ever changing version of history and language. But be careful, Big Brother is always ...
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The challenge: create your unique interpretation of Shakespeare’s words. Then put it on film.

Students from the DC area and beyond submitted their masterpieces to the iShakespeare Video Contest. Entries were judged on use of text, creativity, and production value.

Thank you to all of our participants!

And the first place winner is…

In an incredible feat of animation that will certainly have studios calling:

Sean Silvia, Age 15
Henry V
Walt Whitman High School, Bethesda, MD

This week we'll be posting the amazing runners-up. Learn more about Camp Shakespeare and register: http://goo.gl/qFNb0O
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The Women’s Voices Theatre Festival may be over, but its reach is not. In this week’s STORIES VOICED episode, Eric applauds the woman who encouraged him to use his voice—even if that voice is (occasionally) off-key. Listen: http://goo.gl/SB68UQ
LISTEN NOW. Download the audio file · Subscribe/Listen to STC's podcasts on iTunes · Subscribe/Listen to STC's podcasts on SoundCloud. In this week's Stories Voiced episode, Major Gifts Officer Eric Bailey applauds his high school theatre teacher for inspiring his passion for—and eventually his ...
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What does it take to set the scene? Well, a set for the scene, of course! 

Take a gander at these photos of STC’s Scene Shop creating the drop of the Lion of Venice for our production of OTHELLO-->  http://goo.gl/2aiXOo
Othello, his troops, and their companions journey from Venice to Cyprus; take a journey with the Shakespeare Theatre Company (STC) from the scenes on stage to behind-the-scenes, and get a sneak-peek into our scene shop. Below, check out STC artists creating the drop of the imposing Lion of ...
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Explore OTHELLO, ask questions, discuss the play and more at our AsidesLIVE Symposium!

The morning of Sunday, March 6 scholars, experts, and cast members will cover a variety of topics. Check out the lineup and reserve your tickets--> http://goo.gl/joHpeM
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Groundbreaking, thought-provoking and eminently accessible classic theatre in a uniquely American style.
Introduction
The mission of the Shakespeare Theatre Company is to present classic theatre of scope and size in an imaginative, skillful and accessible American style that honors the playwrights’ language and intentions while viewing their work through a 21st-century lens.

The Shakespeare Theatre Company produces and presents award-winning plays in its two venues in downtown Washington D.C., attracting many theatre-goers from D.C., Maryland, Virginia and from around the world. As a non-profit arts organization our education programs bring classical theatre experiences, critical discussions and vital academic resources into area schools and communities. 

We also host a number of other arts organizations who perform world class dance, music, and much more. 

Explore the world of STC and purchase tickets at www.ShakespeareTheatre.org.