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L-R: As You Like It (2021), "Romeo and Juliet"(2019), As You Like It (2021), "Much Ado About Nothing"(2019), As You Like It (2021), The Taming of the Shrew"(2019)

2022 SeASOn 

After a 2-year pause contending with the realities of being a young organization in a global pandemic, I am elated to share that SitW is set to produce live theatre once again.  We will be returning with the plays originally planned for our 2020 season: "Coriolanus", "A Midsummer Night’s Dream", and "Titus Andronicus", for a season that will explore the overarching theme of “war”,and will examine the intricacies of the word as it relates to our society, our relationships, our identities, and our behavior. For Casting Information, please visit our Opportunities page, or find listings at Backstage and Playbill. 

 I invite you to make a gift of support to SitW today in anticipation of our 2022 theatrical season.  

A gift from you today will go towards our $60,000 budget goal which includes vital components that ensure another fantastic year of programming, including: 

 

  • Compensating our artistic team for their time and work

  • Technical equipment, costumes, sets, and props 

  • Insurance and well-being kits for rehearsals and performances

  • Housing and transportation for our artistic team

 

SitW is committed to nurturing innovative arts, fostering the connection between younger generations and the working world of theatre, and the enrichment and growth of the Northshire community, and I hope you will continue to join us in these pursuits.

Our film adaptation of As You Like It is currently in post-production, with a slated completion date coming right up in Spring 2022. It is my pleasure to also share that we will be having public premiere events in Vermont and NYC in June.  There will be further details to come in the weeks ahead, so be sure to stay tuned!  These will be ticketed events, with all proceeds going towards our theatrical season.

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Shakespeare in the Woods is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of Shakespeare in the Woods must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.