The Atlanta Shakespeare Company is committed to offering professional actors, skilled in the performance of Shakespeare, the chance to share their expertise and insight with students and teaching professionals throughout the education system. At ASC, we believe trained, professional artists can make special, sometimes magical, connections with young people that contribute knowledge, motivation, and inspiration to growing students and artists.
We do this to promote our community’s cultural growth through exciting “play”shops, programs and performances.
We create an inclusive, playful environment that challenges students and teachers to engage with Shakespeare’s poetry, ideas and passion.
We provide specialized training for our artists, to ensure the highest quality educational and artistic experiences for students and teachers alike.
|Adam King Teaching Artist||Amanda McDonald Teaching Artist||
Associate Producer/ Education & Training
Programs Coordinator 404-874-5299 x 57
|Chris Schulz||Doug Graham Teaching Artist||Garrett Gray Teaching Artist|
|Jennifer Lamourt Teaching Artist||Kathryn Lawson Teaching Artist||Katie Wine Teaching Artist|
|Kelly Criss Felten Teaching Artist||Kirstin Calvert Teaching Artist||Laura Cole Director of Education and Training 404-874-5299 x 58|
|Mary Russell Artistic Associate||Mary Ruth Ralston Education Artist||Matt Felten Artistic Associate|
|Matt Nitchie Associate / IT Support Specialist / Teaching Artist||Ralph del Rosario Teaching Artist||Tiffany Porter Teaching Artist|
|Tony Brown Education Performances Coordinator 404-874-5299 x 55||Troy Willis Teaching Artist|
- Message from the Education Director
- Student Matinees
- Teacher’s Guide to Matinees
- Teaching Artists
- Tavern Teachers E-mail List
Education Programs & Materials
- In-School Programs
- Renaissance Youth Residency
- Shakespeare on Location
- Recommended Reading
- Study Guides
- Homeschool Programs
- Touring Shows