Shakespeare Theater Company
The Shakespeare Theatre Company creates, preserves and promotes classic theatre—ambitious, enduring plays with universal themes—for all audiences.
Education puts Shakespeare Theatre Company's mission into action, producing a variety of school, community, training and audience programming to create and preserve classic theatre and to connect the universality of classic works to our shared human experience in the modern world.
Shakespeare Theatre Company's education initiatives seek To welcome learners of all ages, backgrounds and means, and share the art of theaqtre with all levels of experience, novice to professional. To illuminate the relevance of classica theatre in modern world and spark conversation about its stories, characters and themes. To activate Shakespeare in the classroom and in the community through performance-focused curriculum. To inspire, encourage and educate the next generation of theatre artists, administrators and audiences.
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STC Curriculum Guides
Browse Shakespeare Theatre Company's (STC) Curriculum Guide archive for activities, games, and content on Shakespeare plays and past STC productions.
Content Area: Arts, English/Literature
Resource Type: Online or Printable Lesson Plan/ Study Guide
Grades: 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
KING CHARLES III (December Lottery)
Presented by: Shakespeare Theater Company
This new play was nominated for a Tony Award and has many classroom connections. The play revolves around a political debate over a privacy bill that will limit the freedom of the press and makes fun of the stereotypes of the Royal Family that we are all familiar with. It’s also written in Verse! We think this play is ideal for History and Civics classes as well as British Literature and English classes.
Dates: 02/22/2017 and 03/02/2017
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Length of Event: Approx. 3 hours
Location: Sidney Harman Hall
610 F St. NW Washington, DC 20004
Curriculum Connections: Language Arts, History & Geography, Civics/Law