The film category is demanding as it requires acting and filmmaking skills, not to mention some sense of set and costuming! Congratulations to Monarch... Read More
Congratulations to all Festival participants entered in the Acting category – we were all so impressed by the quality of your performances!
It’s much ado about something! On Saturday, May 12th, high school Shakespeare enthusiasts celebrated the Bard through acting, dance, design, and film!
We now present the winning trailer and film from this year’s Festival – congratulations to E.L. Crossley’s Jon Broughton, Emily Frost, Emily Kertcher, and... Read More
On the day of the Festival, students from Bishop Allen Academy, E.L. Crossley Secondary School, and Elmira District Secondary School participated in some workshops with... Read More
On Saturday, May 14th, Shakespeare in Action held its annual Youth Festival finals… …and the results are in! Stay tuned for updates from the Design... Read More
Perhaps you’ve noticed that lately we’ve been posting a lot of updates about our National Shakespeare Youth Festival. The Festival is our annual multi-disciplinary... Read More
By: Allyssa Davies (acting in a Hamlet duologue with Victoria) Friday, April 15, 2011 Victoria and I have decided to do the duologue for... Read More