Education History

2004

  • April – The Shakespeare Factory sponsors a field trip for the Rude Mechanicals to visit the Blackfriars Playhouse in Staunton, Virginia to see the American Shakespeare Center’s resident
    acting troupe perform Measure For Measure
  • Spring – Shakespeare Factory Artistic Director Tom Delise teaches a five day class on The
    Merchant of Venice at the Fairhaven Retirement Community

2005

  • January – Shakespeare Factory Artistic Director Tom Delise teaches a five day class on Othello
    at the Fairhaven Retirement Community
  • April – The Shakespeare Factory sponsors a visit by American Shakespeare Center resident acting troupe member David Loar who works with Century High English and Drama classes on
    Shakespeare acting activities
  • Spring – Three Shakespeare Factory interns spend a week teaching a Shakespeare unit in each of the following schools: Linton Springs Elementary, Piney Ridge Elementary, and Sykesville
    Middle School
  • October – The Shakespeare Factory sponsors a field trip for the Rude Mechanicals to visit the Blackfriars Playhouse in Staunton, Virginia to see the American Shakespeare Center’s resident
    acting troupe perform Much Ado About Nothing and Richard III and participate in a stage
    combat workshop run by the actors of ASC

2006

  • Spring – Two Shakespeare Factory interns spend a week teaching a Shakespeare unit in each
    the following schools: Linton Springs and Piney Ridge Elementary  Schools
  • March, April, May – Rude Mechanicals run workshops for elementary and middle school
    students at Eldersburg Library
  • Spring – Three Shakespeare Factory interns and Rude Mechanical members serve as interns for
    the Baltimore Shakespeare Festival
  • June – First annual Shakespeare Performance Summer Camp held – 50 students attend
  • October – The Shakespeare Factory sponsors a field trip for the Rude Mechanicals to visit the Blackfriars Playhouse in Staunton, Virginia to see the American Shakespeare Center’s resident
    acting troupe perform As You Like It and participate in a workshop with Founding Executive
    Director, Dr. Ralph Alan Cohen.
  • November – The Shakespeare Factory sponsors a visit by American Shakespeare Center resident acting troupe member David Loar who works with Century High English and Drama
    classes on Shakespeare acting activities
  • Winter – Shakespeare Factory Artistic Director Tom Delise teaches a five day class on Richard
    III at the Fairhaven Retirement Community

2007

  • March, April, May – Rude Mechanicals run workshops for elementary and middle school
    students at Eldersburg Library
  • July – Second annual Shakespeare Performance Summer Camp held  — over 50 students attend
  • Fall – Shakespeare Factory Artistic Director Tom Delise teaches a five day class on The
    Taming of  the Shrew at the Fairhaven Retirement Community.
  • October – The Shakespeare Factory sponsors a field trip for the Rude Mechanicals to visit the Blackfriars Playhouse in Staunton, Virginia to see the American Shakespeare Center’s resident
    acting troupe perform Romeo and Juliet.

2008

  • April — Shakespeare Factory Artistic Director Tom Delise presents a lecture on the
    Shakespeare authorship controversy at the Fairhaven Retirement Community
  • July – third annual Shakespeare Performance Summer Camp held  — 50 students attend
  • September – The Shakespeare Factory sponsors a field trip for the Rude Mechanicals to visit the Blackfriars Playhouse in Staunton, Virginia to see the American Shakespeare Center’s
    resident acting troupe perform Twelfth Night

2009

  • March – Shakespeare Factory Artistic Director Tom Delise presents a lecture on the
    “Shakespeare and Spirituality” at Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Baltimore
  • Shakespeare Factory intern Ame Roberts teaches classes on A Midsummer Night’s Dream to
    students from Piney Ridge Elementary and Linton Springs Elementary.
  • July – fourth annual Shakespeare Performance Summer Camp held – 50 students attend
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