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The Nashville Shakespeare Festival seeks to bring Shakespeare's works alive for all learners through the art of performance. We believe that by exploring Shakespeare through the voice and body, students of all types can discover the Bard's power and relevance in their own lives. The Festival offers the community two professional productions every year, including Shakespeare in the Park each summer and Winter Shakespeare each January. Educational tools offered by the Festival include student matinee productions, workshops, directing residencies, educator guidebooks, and apprentice company training. Click the links below to explore how you can make your world a stage all year long!
Opportunities for elementary, middle, high school and college students.


Resources for educators.

School Tours

Workshops & Training

In-School Workshops, Actor Training, Business and Continuing Legal Education workshops.


School Tours

50-Minute Performances that can come to your school.


Educational Resources

For students and teachers.


Shakespeare in the Park

Held weekends August thru September at the Centennial Park Bandshell.


Winter Shakespeare

Held each January at Belmont University's

Troutt Theatre. Matinees are offered throughout the week to school groups.



Making your world a stage, all year round!

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