Producing Artistic Director (interim) Tim Orr offers advice on a good audition along with CSF Artists Ian Andersen and Chip Persons.
'Gentle Mercutio, put thy rapier up. Hold Tybalt!'
Romeo, Tybalt, and Mercutio rehearse in our 'O I Am Slain!' workshop.
The Colorado Shakespeare Festival Education Department offers classes and private coaching sessions for kids, teens and adults year-round. Don't forget to like CSF Education on Facebook to check out our photos, class announcements, and more!
Costume Design (ages 10-18) Date: Tuesdays, February 18-March 18 Time: 4:30-6:00pm Location: Colorado Shakespeare Festival Cottage Details: Real men wear pumpkin pants, and we design them! Cloaks, doublets, and bodices galore! Costumes are an exciting part of seeing a Shakespeare play on the stage. In this 5-week class, students will learn how to design costumes through research, image collection, analysis, drawing, and creativity. Teacher: Katie Horney Tuition: $100 SIGN UP HERE
Movement in Shakespeare (ages 10-18) Date: Tuesdays, April 1-April 29 Time: 4:30-6:00pm Location: Wesley Chapel Details: Time for movement exploration! This acting centered 5-week course will teach students how to use movement as a method for building a character and bringing text to life. Students will explore scenes and speeches and participate in games and exercises designed to explore the expressive possibilities of movement in Shakespeare. Teacher: Sean Scrutchins Tuition: $100 SIGN UP HERE
Stage Combat (ages 8-18) Date: Saturday, March 15 Time: 10:00am-3:30pm Location: Wesley Chapel Details: The battle begins! In this one-day workshop students will learn the basics of unarmed combat: how to fall, punch, slap, kick safely and believably in the context of some of Shakespeare’s most famous fight scenes. Teacher: Amy Osatinski Tuition: $55 SIGN UP HERE
'Playing Pretend' Characters in Disguise (ages 8-18) Date: Saturday, April 12 Time: 10:00am-3:30pm Location: Wesley Chapel Details: Shakespeare’s characters aren’t always what they seem! In this one-day workshop,students will bring to life scenes from some of Shakespeare’s famous plays in which a character hides his or her true self and dons a disguise. Sometimes a disguise is used for comic effect, and at other times, to escape from tragic circumstances. This workshop gets to the heart of what acting is really about: the taking on and off of different identities! Teacher: Sean Scrutchins Tuition: $55 SIGN UP HERE
Rapping with Shakespeare (ages 8-18) Date: Saturday, May 3 Time: 10:00am-3:30pm Location: Wesley Chapel Details: Did you miss our Shakespeare and Rap workshop in the fall? Back by popular demand, Karen Dabney is back to help you explore your inner rapper! Shakespeare starts us off by giving us a great beat to work with: iambic pentameter. This one-day workshop will focus on using the language of the Bard to create some raps of our own. Teacher: Karen Dabney Tuition: $55 SIGN UP HERE
TO REGISTER: If you are new to the CSF School of Theatre, download the registration form and waiver here and mail the completed form to: CSF School of Theatre / 277 UCB / Boulder CO 80309
Returning students do not need to submit a registration form and waiver, unless their information has changed.
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If a student cancels before the first day of class, 80% of tuition will be refunded. No refunds after the first day of class.