Peter Garino, Charles Stransky, Ashley Wickett and Kendall Zwillman join Rick Kogan on WGN Radio to discuss The Shakespeare Project's support of the English Speaking Union's National Shakespeare Competition.
Listen to broadcast here.
Cathy Cushing of the Mount Prospect Public Library discusses The Shakespeare Project with artistic director Peter Garino (December 2015).
Chicago Tribune aticle by Rick Kogan on The Shakespeare Project of Chicago's production of Tom Stoppard's Darkside. Download here.
Chicago Tribune article by Rick Kogan on The Shakespeare Project of Chicago. Download here.
Download our 2015-2016 season newsletter here.
Mount Prospect Public Library
Beginning in January 2016, we will present Tuesday evening performances at the Mount Prospect Public Library, 10 S. Emerson Street, Mount Prospect, IL 60056. Curtain will be at 7:15pm with pre-show introduction at 7:00pm. Pre-registration is required. Performances sponsored by the Mount Prospect Public Library.
Vernon Area Public Libraray
We are delighted to announce that we will present Monday evening performances at the Vernon Area Public Library beginning with the 2015-2016 theatrical reading season. Curtain will be 6:30pm with pre-show introduction at 6:15pm. Pre-registration is required. Vernon Area Public Library, 300 Olde Half Day Road, Lincolnshire, Illinois 60069. 847-634-3650. Performances sponsored by the Vernon Area Public Library.
Peter Garino, Tony Dobrowolski and Barbara Zahora discuss "A Woman Killed With Kindness" by Thomas Heywood.
Shakespeare Project on Comcast Community Connection
Peter Garino and David Skidmore are interviewed by Cindy Bravos on Comcast Community Connection on January 12, 2012.
The Shakespeare Project and Snow City Arts
Partnering with Snow City Arts (www.snowcityarts.org), The Shakespeare Project brought to life hospitalized children's "erasure poetry". After a performance of The Project's "50 Minute Hamlet" students at Children's Memorial and Stroger Hospitals worked with Snow City Arts' resident poet Eric Elshtain to tell their own stories by choosing select words from Hamlet's famous "to be or not to be" speech, and erasing the rest. The result is some very moving, personal poetry from some very courageous young people. Click on the link below to experience this moving presentation. www.shakespeareprojectchicago.org/snowcity
Barbara Zahora and Michelle Shupe discuss "Troilus and Cressida."