Sunday, November 26, 2023

The Latest STNJ Education News for You!






Meet the Directors of the

2024 Shakespeare LIVE! productions:



AC Horton

Director of A Midsummer Night's Dream


Isaac Hickox-Young

Director of Julius Caesar


A Midsummer Night's Dream • Julius Caesar


The Shakespeare Theatre’s captivating in-person performances and workshops are back and available for schools and public venues from early-March through May, 2024.




Congratulations to Harding Township School and Alexander Hamilton Elementary School!


Both schools presented their final performances of Julius Caesar and Henry V as a part of their Shakespeare Residencies this fall. These residencies mark our first for the 2023-24 school year. Each year, these residencies get hundreds of students, grades 4-8, on their feet performing Shakespeare as an exciting and unforgettable part of their curriculum.



Harding Township School's performance of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar.


Alexander Hamilton Elementary School's performance of Henry V.





Gearing up for the final Classics for Kids! production of 2023!


The Snow Queen

A Scripts-in-Hand Presentation

By Hans Christian Andersen

Adapted & Directed by Brian B. Crowe

December 16, 11 AM


One of Andersen's most acclaimed fairy tales, The Snow Queen tells the story of Gerda and Kai, two dear friends who are torn apart by dark forces. The story follows Gerda as she sets out to find Kai and restore goodness and happiness to their world.




Check out the latest offering from the

Pandemic Playhouse Entertainment!


Started during the COVID lockdown, The Pandemic Playhouse allows audiences to bring The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey straight to their living rooms and classrooms. Our latest offering in this line-up of video productions is Romeo and Juliet. Filmed in 2022 and just released last month, The Theatre is happy to continue this tradition of making theatre safe and accessible for our audiences, both our long-standing and newer patrons. 

Romeo and Juliet

By William Shakespeare

Directed by AC Horton

Running 75 minutes.



Rehearsals have begun for

A Midwinter Night's Dream!


The cast and creative team are hard at work bringing this wintry re-telling of Shakespeare's most beloved comedy to life, and we cannot wait for you to see it!

Just in time for the holidays!





From our Friends at Two River Theater:



For our patrons who loved our production of Waiting for Godot, here's a fabulous offer from our friends at Two River that is not to be missed!


Tony Award-winner and master clown Bill Irwin can’t escape Samuel Beckett- and neither can we! ON BECKETT, a dynamic one-man showcase, on stage at Two River Theater Dec 7-10 ONLY. Get your tickets here!