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Each month, we publish a plethora of teaching materials - completely free to you! Click on a play below to access a week-by-week guide that you can use to educate your students in fun and interesting ways. Please reach out to our Program Manager, Alexi Carr, if you have any questions or requests: email@example.com.
Comedy of Errors
Lesson plans and resources on one of Shakespeare’s earliest comedies!
One of Shakespeare's most popular plays, this romantic comedy uses gender and performance to engage audiences with questions about the nature of love and desire.
In one of his last plays, Shakespeare explores the relationship between art and magic, power and anger, and freedom and forgiveness.
Shakespeare writes about leadership, friendship, and morality and how far one might go if one's motives are strong enough.
Romeo and Juliet
Get the low down on Shakespeare’s most iconic love story, details, lesson plans & activities!
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
A very creative and original play, Shakespeare intertwines the lives of fairies, lovers, and mechanicals in this magical romp around the forest!
In Shakespeare’s bloody classic, medieval Scotland plunges headlong into chaos, where no head is safe, least of all one that wears the crown. Who has earned the right to rule, and who will be undone by grasping at power?