SHAKESPEARE IN THE WOODS

Shakespeare in the Woods consisted of week long day camps focused on acting and Shakespeare, ending in a performance held for family and friends.  

A WORD FROM THE STUDENTS & PARENTS

"You made it a great week for them, Sarah. Primo performances can only be developed, coaxed, elicited in a mere week's time by a primo director."  Laura Miller (parent) 

"Thanks for all your efforts and passion. Logan loved it and can't wait until next year !" - Matt Fuss (parent) 

"I learned a lot about Shakespeare. I learned what I can do with it, and I met friends. Shakespeare's plays may sound boring and unexciting, but there is a lot to learn in every word. And it doesn't have to be performed in a large theater with a big stage, spot lights, and cushioned seats. It can be performed out in the woods too!" ~ Arianna (student) 

"Shakespeare camp really gave me the opportunity to do the things that I could not do on my own. I really enjoyed working with the other kids. I LOVED working with Sarah!!! I got to learn more about Shakespeare and that time period. I also learned things about myself that I did not know, like my love for acting!
One of my favorite parts of camp was choosing our scenes and playing games with them! Then there is the BIG performance! It was all very fun!!" ~Isobel (student) 

 

Performances from Shakespeare in the Woods 

Summer 2013 -  A Twelfth Night Adventure

Ages 12-18

Directed by Sarah Carleton

5 days, 11 students, 1 play

 


Summer 2012

A Shakespeare Re:Mix Life, Love, Death & Everything in Between

High School Week

Directed by Sarah Carleton  

Assistant Elisha Carleton

 


Summer 2012 

A Shakespeare Re:Mix Life, Love, Death & Everything in Between

Middle School Week

Directed by Sarah Carleton

Assistant Elisha Carleton  


Summer 2011 - All the World's a Stage

Clips from Middle School Week

Directed by Sarah Carleton

Assistant Taylor Stein