Quarterly Tidings: "Macbeth" from AFTLS, NDSF 2022 recap and more

Author: James Comerford

We've gone from one event right into the next! Shakespeare at Notre Dame just closed out its 2022 Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival, and is currently hard at work on the next Actors From The London Stage tour, with more exciting projects and iniviatives underway. Read on to learn more. 

Upcoming Performances

Actors From The London Stage Tours Fall 2022 with Macbeth
Something wicked this way comes... The latest Actors From The London Stage cast hits the road Sep. 19, with Macbeth taking a multi-week tour across the United States. This cast performs at Notre Dame October 5, 6 & 7 (buy tickets here), with additional stops in Texas, North Carolina, Indiana, Hawaii, California, Florida, Bermuda, and finally back in London! Keep an eye on our website and social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) for more information. Future tours include Romeo and Juliet (spring 2023), As You Like It (fall 2023), and A Midsummer Night's Dream (spring 2024). 

Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival Closes 2022 Season
The Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival returned to full force this summer, with the Community, Touring, and Professional Companies performing before thousands of Michiana residents. Shakespeare After Hours performed at Howard Park in South Bend for the very first time, with the venerable ShakeScenes returning to Washington Hall. The Touring Company brought All's Well That Ends Well to parks and theatres across Michiana. And the Professional Company made its grand return to the Patricia George Decio Theatre with a new staging of Shakespeare's classic tragedy Romeo and Juliet. Stay tuned to shakespeare.nd.edu for more information on the 2023 season.

Shakespeare at Notre Dame Updates

Shakespeare at Notre Dame Receives 3rd NEA Grant
Shakespeare at Notre Dame has been selected for a third year of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)'s Shakespeare in American Communities: Juvenile Justice program, for 2022-2023, alongside just eight other programs nationwide. This grant will enable us to continue and expand our outreach with DePaul Academy in South Bend, IN, and many other exciting and transformative programs. Read more here.  

Alumni News

  • NDSF and FTT alum Claire Cooney recently premiered her new short film, After (A Love Story), co-starring NDSF alum Susaan Jamshidi. The short has been selected for over a dozen film festivals nationwide. 

Stay up to date on the latest info at shakespeare.nd.edu