Friday, February 26, 2016

Nebraska Shakespeare and The Durham Museum

April 9th - May 1st, 2016
@ The Durham Museum
The Durham Museum was named Nebraska’s host for the Folger Shakespeare Library's First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare national tour. The First Folio is the first complete collected edition of Shakespeare’s plays, published in 1623, seven years after his death. Compiled by two of Shakespeare’s fellow actors, it preserves 36 of Shakespeare’s plays. 
The First Folio will be opened to the most quoted line
from Shakespeare's Hamlet, "To be or not to be."

Nebraska Shakespeare is thrilled to be partnering with
the Durham Museum to produce events
surrounding this fantastic exhibit.  

April 9th @ 3 PM
Mention the Reading 
for Free Admission
In celebration of the opening of the First Folio! exhibit, Nebraska Shakespeare will be presenting its annual Director's Reading Series at the Durham.
Join us for a produced, staged reading and directorial concept discussion of William Shakespeare’s The Two Noble Kinsmen. 
Led by Artistic Director, Vincent Carlson-Brown, the audience will engage in a post-performance discussion, exploring the themes, challenges, and opportunities of this lesser-known Shakespeare work. 

Celebrate Shakespeare’s Birthday! As a part of the state-wide Talk Like Shakespeare Day, interactive workshops will be presented at the Durham Museum. 


1 PM - 2 PM: Shakespeare Birthday Cake

2 PM - 3 PM: Workshops





***In addition to these public events, Nebraska Shakespeare is honored to be speaking at the Durham Teacher Education Night on March 29th, discussing the importance of Shakespeare in a student’s education, as well as, acting as a Durham Scholar in Residence for the month of April, traveling to Omaha Schools to work with students on Shakespeare and Stage Combat!***


For More Information about the Director's Reading Series, Talk Like Shakespeare Day, or Nebraska Shakespeare, visit www.nebraskashakespeare.com.
For more information on The First Folio! exhibit, visit www.folger.edu.

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