Friday, November 1, 2019 at 8:00 p.m.
Wharton Center’s Pasant Theatre
Enjoy a free, open-to-the-public recital on Friday, November 1, of the next generation of great Shakespearean actors ... who are local high school and middle school students.
Wharton Center’s Shakespeare Immersion Project provides Michigan students the rare opportunity to work with professionals from the renowned Stratford Festival for an entire week. With the help of the Stratford actors/teaching artists, this annual program focuses on text analysis, language exploration, character development with a variety of theatre activities and movement exercises. Through reflective writing exercises, students gain an in-depth educational experience. Their work culminates in a performance of an abridged version of Hamlet on Wharton Center’s Pasant Theatre stage at 8:00 p.m. on November 1.
This year, the following schools are represented in the program:
Insight School of Michigan
Lansing Morey Flextech High School
Shepherd Dansville High School - Dansville
Potterville High School – Potterville
St. Francis High School – Traverse City
Lansing Christian High School – Lansing
Charyl Stockwell Preparatory Academy – Brighton
Davison High School – Davison
East Lansing High School – East Lansing
Garber High School – Essexville
Heritage High School – Saginaw
Grand Ledge High School – Grand Ledge
Olivet High School – Olivet
Marshall High School – Marshall
New Lothrop High School – New Lothrop
Join the students to celebrate their week of hard work at this FREE recital.
Visitor parking is available in the ramp adjacent to Wharton Center. The MSU Parking Office operates a Pay By Plate system at this location with an hourly rate of $1.80/hour.
The Shakespeare Immersion Project is sponsored by Annie Holmes.