For more information on Shakespeare Play On's success in continuing a 2014 season in
Santa Cruz, visit their website at www.shakespeareplayon.org
UC Santa Cruz and Shakespeare Play On have signed a letter of intent and both entities are working hard to identify, address and finalize details relating to Shakespeare Play On's production of a 2014 season in the Sinsheimer-Stanley Glen. For more information, e-mail email@example.com.
Shakespeare Santa Cruz thanks its donors, patrons, and the Santa Cruz community and beyond for its support over the years, making SSC not just Shakespeare Santa Cruz,
but Shakespeare for Santa Cruz.
In residence on the campus of UC Santa Cruz, Shakespeare Santa Cruz operated for 32 years. The company’s three core programs were: the summer theater festival, and two co-productions with the UCSC Theater Arts Department -- the annual family holiday musical, and Shakespeare to Go, a primary community engagement program to bring Shakespeare’s plays into area schools and community centers. UCSC Theater Arts and the Arts Division have committed to continue Shakespeare to Go in 2014.
SSC’s production history included more than 78 plays, 30 from the Shakespeare canon of 38, complementary work by classical playwrights including Molière, Beaumarchais, and Ibsen, as well as newer works by Samuel Beckett, Itamar Moses, and Edward Albee, among many others.
The summer festival plays were held indoors on the UCSC Theater Arts Mainstage, and outdoors among the redwoods in the Sinsheimer-Stanley Festival Glen, widely regarded as one of the most beautiful and unique outdoor settings in which to experience live theatre.
For general questions regarding the UC Santa Cruz Arts Division, contact Katie Robinson
For information on other Arts Division performing arts programs, visit http://arts.ucsc.edu/
For information on the Shakespeare Santa Cruz archive, contact Ethan Henderson (831-459-5870).
UC Santa Cruz and Shakespeare Play On have signed a letter of intent and both entities are working hard to identify, address and finalize details relating to Shakespeare Play On's production of a 2014 season in the Sinsheimer-Stanley Glen. For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website at shakespeareplayon.net.