Our Mission

To illuminate meaning, expand understanding and deepen appreciation of Shakespeare's texts—through performances, workshops and lectures—providing invigorating, hands-on experience for students, teachers and communities throughout Colorado.

CSF Education offers a variety of programs and services for year-round Shakespeare education as well as summer opportunities to enrich your experience of the Festival. Don't forget to like CSF Education on Facebook to check out our photos, class announcements, and more!

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CSF offers theatre classes and workshops for kids, teens, and adults year-round. Check out our CSF School of Theatre page to see our current offerings.

Held at CSF’s facilities on the CU-Boulder campus, CSF offers two camp programs. Camp Shakespeare, our popular summer program for ages 10-18, focuses on the skills needed for acting Shakespeare. Students prepare shortened versions of Shakespeare's plays and perform them on the Mary Rippon Outdoor Theatre. Shakespeare's Sprites is a week-long program for ages 6 to 9, in which campers discover the joy of Shakespeare through games, improvisation and scene work.

Experience Shakespeare through performances, workshops and classroom visits. A combination of live performance and hands-on workshops is an excellent way to introduce your students to the major ideas behind Shakespeare's language and to excite them about the Bard. CSF Education offers performances, workshops and lectures to schools in Colorado. CSF's popular Shakespeare & Violence Prevention program, a collaboration with the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence, uses Shakespeare's plays to address bullying, the cycle of violence, and school climate. Don't miss this innovative combination of theatre and violence prevention.