Sunday, August 20, 2017

Back By Popular Demand: JUNO'S SWANS: RICHARD 3

After Juno's Swans successful 2017 performance of Richard 3 to a packed house, excerpts of the performance and a discussion about performing Shakespeare through the female perspective will be featured at the Arts & Literary Festival this September alongside other Nebraska artists and authors.

Now in its seventh year, the Joslyn Castle Arts & Literary Festival returns this fall celebrating women of Nebraska. About the event from Joslyn Castle:
"For this festival, our primary goal is to create an awareness and appreciation for women artists who have, and still are, significantly contributing to the cultural fabric of Nebraska."
 The Arts & Literary Festival will be a week-long event, from September 21 - 27, and Juno's Swans will perform on September 23. Don't miss your final chance to see Juno's Swans in 2017.  Attendees can purchase tickets for an individual evening or for the full week's activities.  Details and pricing is available at

For more about Juno's Swans, check out or contact Director of Education, Sarah Carlson-Brown at

Don't forget to follow Nebraska Shakespeare on Facebook for up-to-date information on future performances, including the Juno's Swans performance of Julius Caesar in 2018!

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Shakespeare On Film offered for the Fall of 2017 at UNO

Professor D. Scott Glasser, who serves as a guest speaker for the Shakespeare On The Silverscreen 
series, will be teaching SHAKESPEARE ON FILM: THE ART OF INTERPRETATION this fall at 
the University of Nebraska at Omaha, with screenings at Film Streams.

For more information, or to enroll or audit the course, visit