During the School Year

Shakespeare: Then, Now, and Always

A fun and interactive seminar for high school classes in the Delaware Valley. A Shakespearean scholar from DSF will visit your classroom and work with students.

The seminar includes:

  • Brief history of Shakespeare and his times
  • Shakespearean Insult Game
  • Speaking the Scene
  • Shakespeare’s hidden clues
  • Playing the Scene

For more information, please contact Allyson Good, Education Director.

*This program is made possible, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency dedicated to nurturing and supporting the arts in Delaware, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.


At the Festival

Shakespeare Orientation

Provides the background, historical and thematic explanation of the play, as well as a further understanding of the author, his time-period, and his use of language to adults and children.

Shakespeare for Children on Family Nights (Sundays)

Children enjoy puzzles, crafts, and activities to broaden their familiarity with Shakespeare and the play. Children 12 and under admitted for free with a paid adult admission.

Bring Your Students to the Festival

If you have a group of enthusiastic students, we have the perfect summertime outing.

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