Thursday, May 30, 2019

Monday, May 27, 2019

Thursday, May 23, 2019

#NEShakesEDTalks: Juno's Swans

This week’s video: Nebraska Shakespeare’s all-female Juno’s Swans program. 

Artistic Director Sarah Lynn Brown joins Katie to share where the Juno’s Swans program began. Check it Out:



Check out the Juno's Swans/Shakepeare On The Green production of All's Well That Ends Well this summer!

Monday, May 20, 2019

Soul of Wit - A weekly NON-podcast

Check out our weekly non-podcast: Soul of Wit


Sarah Lynn Brown is sitting down with the artists of #ShakespeareOnTheGreen to ask them questions about the process at break-neck speed. No prep, no thinking time - just honest responses. Should be fun!


Check it out each Monday.

Friday, May 17, 2019

Thursday, May 16, 2019

#NEShakesEDTalks - The King's Men

This week’s #NEShakesEDTalks video explores Shakespeare’s all-male theatre company!

Learn about Shakespeare’s Acting Company and how they came to be The King’s Men.



Join us every Thursday for a new video about Shakespeare, theatre, and 21st century life.

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

There's a lot to be excited for at this summer's Shakespeare On The Green!

Opening bands, an onsite art gallery, special event nights, and expanded activities are being added for the 2019 season of Shakespeare On The Green.


2019 will feature everything you've come to love about Shakespeare On The Green - awe-inspiring plays in a beautiful shaded setting, delicious food, and amazing memories with your family, friends, and community PLUS much so more!

In addition to great food and drink, nightly forums, and pre-play performances, we're partnering with a number of local artists and holding special event nights to expand the On The Green Experience:


Artist Partnerships:



Special Events On The Green:









We can't wait to see you this summer!  Shakespeare On The Green runs June 20-23, 27-30, and July 2, 3, 5-7!

Friday, May 10, 2019

OMAHA GIVES 2019 | Wednesday, May 22



We need your support on Wednesday, May 22nd for the 7th annual community giving event, Omaha Gives!


Join our GIVE TEN, GET TEN campaign for Omaha Gives! Gifts as little as $10 add up to a big difference in providing awe-inspiring productions and educational programming to our community.

The plan is simple: give ten dollars (or more) for Omaha Gives, then share with ten friends so they can do the same!


Donations are accepted for Omaha Gives from 12 am to 11:59 pm or SCHEDULE your donation now! Either way, together, we can continue to bring the astonishing professional-level plays we’ve come to love at Shakespeare On The Green and travel to thousands of students with truly inspiring educational curriculum.

Visit www.omahagives.org/NEShakespeare to join the movement!

All gifts are 100% tax-deductible.

Thursday, May 9, 2019

#NEShakesEDTalks - Iambic Pentameter, Part Two!

This week on #NEShakesEDTalks, we're looking further into Iambic Pentameter - Check it out!



If you missed the first look at Iambic Pentameter, watch it HERE

Monday, May 6, 2019

We Appreciate The Teachers and Administrators who make Shakespeare On Tour Possible!

For #TeacherAppreciationWeek we want to give a shout-out to the teachers and administrators who have brought us out to share Shakespeare's work with their students during Shakespeare On Tour!


We're excited to have visited over 150 schools across the region:


Adams Middle School, Ainsworth High School, Alice Buffett Magnet Middle School, Arapahoe High School, Arcadia High School, Arnold High School, Arthur County High School, Aspen Creek Middle School, Atlantic High School, Aurora High School, Axtell High School, Beatrice High School, Bellevue East High School, Bellevue West High School, Benson Magnet High School, Beveridge Magnet Middle School, Blessed Sacrament Catholic, Boone Central High School, Boone Central Middle School, Boys Town High School, Brady High School, Brownell-Talbot High School, Bryan High School, Burke High School, Cambridge High School, Central High School, Central Valley High School, Clarinda High School, Columbus High School, Cozad High School, Creighton University, Crete High School, David City High School, Duchesne Academy, East Butler High School, East High School, Elgin High School, Elkhorn Grandview Middle School, Elkhorn High School, Elkhorn Middle School, Elkhorn Ridge Middle School, Elkhorn South High School, Elkhorn Valley View Middle School, Fremont High School, Fullerton High School, Garden County Elementary School, Garden County Junior/Senior High School, Gerald Otte Blair Middle School, Gering High School, Gothenburg High School, Grand Island Senior High School, Greeley-Wolbach High School, Gretna High School, Gretna Middle School, Gross High School, Hastings High School, Hemingford High School, Hershey Public School, Holy Cross Catholic School, Humboldt-Table Rock High School, Hyannis High School, Iowa Western Commmunity College, Kearney Catholic High School, Kearney High School, King Science Magnet Middle School, Kirn Middle School, Lewis and Clark Middle School, Lewis Central High School, Lewis Central Middle School, Lexington High School, Lexington Middle School, Lincoln Bryan High School, Lincoln East High School, Lincoln High School, Lincoln North Star High School, Lincoln Northeast High School, Lincoln Science Focus High School, Lincoln Southeast High School, Lincoln Southwest High School, Loomis High School, Louisville High School, Louisville Middle School, Madison Middle School, Marian High School, Marrs Middle School, Maxwell Public School, McCook High School, McPherson County High School, Mercy High School, Mid-Plains Community College, Millard North High School, Millard West High School, Minden High School, Monroe Middle School, Morton Middle School, Mount Michael Benedictine High School, Mullen Public Schools, Norfolk High School, Norfolk Middle School, North Magnet High School, North Platte High School, Northwest High School, Omaha Nation High School, Ord Elementary School, Ord Junior/Senior High School, Papillion LaVista High School, Papillion LaVista South High School, Pawnee City High School, Paxton High School, Plainview High School, Platteview Central Middle School, Platteview High School, Ralston High School, Ralston Middle School, Rising Star High School, Riverside Central High School, Rock County High School, Sacred Heart Catholic, Sidney High School, Skutt Catholic High School, South High School, South Platte High School, Spalding Academy, St. Albert Catholic High School, St. Edwards High School, St. John Middle School, St. Mary Catholic High School, St. Michaels High School, St. Patrick High School, St. Paul High School, Stuart High School, Sunrise Middle School, Thomas Jefferson High School, Valentine High School, Wahoo High School, Wahoo Middle School, Wallace Public School, Washington High School, Waverly High School, Weeping Water High School, West Point Beemer Junior/Senior High School, West Point Central Catholic High School, West Point High School, Westside Career Center High School, Westside High School, Westside Middle School, Wheeler Central High School, Wilson Junior High School, Winnebago Public School, Wisner-Pilger High School.

YOU ROCK!


We can't wait to bring Othello  to schools this fall! Contact us so we can talk about how to bring this great play to your students!


Or visit www.nebraskashakespeare.com to learn more about the play!

Thursday, May 2, 2019

#NEShakesEDTalks: "Thou" and "You"

Thou versus You. They're both used to refer to the person the speaker is addressing. Which do you think is the formal version we find in Shakespeare's plays?


This week, Katie is taking us through the difference between the two!

 

Check back each week for a new #NEShakesEDTalks video!