Rome Shakespeare Festival empowers learning using dramatic education experiences that serve the public good. Tours of educational programming are conducted in Elementary, Middle and High Schools along with colleges and theaters. RSF holds master classes, workshops and performances that serve artists, students, incarcerated population and the general public.
Project 1: Jan-April 2019
Rome Shakespeare Festival and North Heights Elementary School will produce Carnival of Animals, an arts/education project, in Partnership with Rome Symphony Orchestra. Carnival of Animals will be performed at Rome City Auditorium for Rome City Students on Friday, April 26th and for the Public during the Performing Arts Festival on April 27th.
Project 2: April - June 2019
Rome Shakespeare Festival will be conducting a Shakespeare in Prison program in partnership with Warden Mike Long at the Floyd County Prison. Four (4) artist facilitators will be conducting 3 hour weekly workshops utilizing theater based activities, self reflection and journaling through the study and performance of Shakespeare.
Project 3: May 2019
Rome Shakespeare Festival artists will provide a 3 week art therapy program using Shakespeare, Art and Music to benefit children of parents recovering from alcohol and opioid addiction.
Sword fighting workshop with Ron Hubbard
Scene painting workshop at Johnson Elementary with Master Artist Siri Selle.
Improvisation workshop with Atlanta's Automatic Improv.