Artistic Director and CST founder Barbara Gaines talks about what makes the work of education so vital to our Theater. Keep reading
This unique performance space reflects elements of both the Globe playhouse and the courtyards-turned-theaters, in which the young Shakespeare might first have developed his love for the stage.
Drama is a living art. It is written to be performed live before a group of people who form an audience and together experience a play. Since ancient times, impersonation and imitation have served man in his effort to express himself and to communicate his experience. Keep reading
Political, economic and social changes under Elizabeth I.
The Renaissance Theater
From traveling troupes and courtyards to groundlings and the Globe...
A snapshot of the world from 1300 through 1650.
Who was this man “Shakespeare” and what do we know about him?
The First Folio
The first publication of Shakespeare’s works—and a “blueprint” for today’s actors and students.