the Pigeon Creek Shakespeare Company
For the third year, Pigeon Creek will join with
the Grand Valley Shakespeare Festival to offer...


Will Power!
(Shakespeare Camp for elementary students)  

Pigeon Creek and Grand Valley State University team
up for the third year of the
Will Power Daycamp, a
creative drama daycamp for elementary students
which features games, acting exercises, and a final
presentation based on Shakespeare’s plays.  Two
one-week sessions will take place July 14-18 and July
21-25.  The first session will focus on Shakespeare’s
Hamlet, and the second on Shakespeare’s Twelfth
Night.  Classes are offered for both early elementary
and upper elementary students.  For more
information about how you can register your student
for this year’s Will Power Daycamp, keep an eye on
the
Grand Valley Shakespeare Festival website.
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Executive Director, Katherine
Mayberry delivering one of the
"Bard Beyond the Boards"
educational lectures before a
performance of
The Comedy of
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High School Matinees Return to the
Frauenthal


Once again, Pigeon Creek will partner with the
Frauenthal Center for the Performing Arts to offer
schools matinees for high school and middle school
students from West Michigan on March 25, 26, and
27 at 10:00 a.m..  If you are a teacher, or if you
know a teacher who might be interested in bringing
students to see a live performance of Shakespeare’
s
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, please click here
to download the PDF of our informational brochure!
Featured Performance at Grand Valley
Shakespeare Festival Conference


In another collaboration with Grand Valley State
University, Pigeon Creek will help to organize the third
Grand Valley Shakespeare Festival Conference on
Pedagogy and Performance.  This conference seeks
to bring together theatre practitioners and teachers of
Shakespeare.  The conference will feature keynote
speaker Tony Simotes, artistic director of Shakespeare
and Company, and a performance of Pigeon Creek’s
critically acclaimed production of
Macbeth.  High
school teachers may receive continuing education
credits for attending the conference, which takes place
on
September 26 and 27.  For information about
conference registration and paper submissions,
click
here.