William Shakespeare's Long Lost First Play (abridged)


Actors From The London Stage present Much Ado About Nothing


    "NDSF's ‘Winter’s Tale’ a study in contrasts and humor"

    South Bend Tribune Review (8/23/15)

    South Bend Tribune entertainment editor Andrew S. Hughes reviews The Winter's Tale in the Sunday's August 23 issue.

    Photo Caption: An old shepherd (L. Peter Callender) and his son (Josh Zwick) consider their next step as Autolycus (Giles Davies) hides nearby in the NDSF Professional Company production of The Winter's Tale playing until August 30 at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center. (Photo by Peter Ringenberg)


    long"ND Shakespeare adds one to canon"

    South Bend Tribune Feature (8/6/15)

    South Bend Tribune entertainment editor Andrew S. Hughes speaks to Long Lost co-authors and directors Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor about their new comedy in the August 6 issue of "in the bend."



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    Shakespeare at Notre Dame to Host Shakespeare’s First Folio in 2016


    London Shakespeare lecture now online

    On March 23, 2015, Dominic Dromgoole, Artistic Director at Shakespeare's Globe, gave the fourth-annual London Shakespeare Lecture in Honor of Stanley Wells, CBE. This lecture brings together experts in different spheres of study and practice to explore Shakespeare and his works. The event was hosted by the University of Notre Dame London Global Gateway in collaboration with The Shakespeare Institute and Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.

    Watch the 49-minute VIDEO now!


    Shakespeare at Notre Dame will present the second international Shakespeare in Prisons Conference on January 25-27, 2016.

    Click HERE for more information on the 2013 Conference.



    Shakespeare at Notre Dame has been chosen as the host of the 2016 Annual Conference of the Shakespeare Theatre Association. We look forward to welcoming the best and brightest from Shakespeare theatres around the world January 27-30, 2016. Join us as we open the worldwide festivities celebrating the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's legacy right here on the campus of Notre Dame.