NDSF 2020 Online Event Information

Author: James Comerford

The Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival is proud to unveil its 2020 online events! 

Join us throughout summer 2020 for a series of workshops, performances, live Q&As, and much more, all developed expressly for online audiences. All events are FREE and open to the public.

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July 2, 7pm: Fee Fie Faux Wood (Scenic Artist Workshop) -- Join NDSF Scenic Artist Scott Gerwitz for an exclusive workshop centered around the creation of faux wood for onstage use.

July 7, 7pm: Intimacy Direction Workshop -- Multidisciplinary actor and artist Sarah Scanlon, a veteran of the NDSF 2017 production of The Tempest, hosts an exclusive workshop on intimacy direction.

July 9, 7pm: Stage Management Workshop -- Hosted by NDSF General Manager Debra Gasper, this workshop centers around the invisible art of professional stage management. 

July 14, 7pm: The Cheryl and Scotty Show -- NDSF veterans Cheryl Turski and Scotty Arnold will be on hand to deliver music, jokes (good and bad), and a whole lot of fun. More program information to be announced!

Keep checking this page for additional events to be added throughout July and August. 

Previous events: 

June 16: Laban for Shakespeare Performance -- Join actor, educator, and movement coach Cheryl Turski as she leads an hourlong workshop in Laban for Shakespeare Performance.

June 18: Scenes from Macbeth -- Tune in as members of the DePaul Academy Shakespeare Squad perform scenes from Shakespeare's powerful tragedy Macbeth.

June 23: The Taming of the Shrew Watch Party -- Join us for an exclusive watch party for a broadcast of the Robinson Shakespeare Company's at-home performance of The Taming of the Shrew.

June 25: Iambic Pentameter Made Marvelous -- Christy Burgess walks you through the basics of iambic pentameter, a rhythmic structure found throughout Shakespeare's works. 

June 30: Voice and Text Workshop -- Discover more about voicing Shakespeare's text for a modern audience from Stanton Davis, Head of BFA Performance at Northern Illinois University.