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Listen to Jeff and Andy on City Lights! (June 20)

Artistic Director Jeff Watkins and Tavern actor Andrew Houchins stopped by City Lights to talk to Lois Reitzes about Richard the Third!

Register for Fall Acting Classes

Our Education Department is thrilled to announce Saturday Acting classes this Fall! (For 4-13 year olds)

Listen to Jeff on the Radio!

Listen to Artistic Director Jeff Watkins and rare book dealer and Peachstate Historical Consulting, Inc founder David Frohman talk to WABE’s Lois Reitzes about the Shakespeare 200 online auction!

Sale of 1632 Folio Leaves to Benefit Shakespeare Education Programs (Online Auction April 28-May 7)

The Atlanta Shakespeare Company and Peachstate Historical Consulting, Inc. are partnering to host an online auction of more than 100 individual leaves drawn from a single (imperfect) 1632 Shakespeare Second Folio, which will provide up to a year’s worth of school and community tours to Georgia’s rural counties. 

Former SIT student presents her Senior Thesis performance

‘What A Heart Loves’ Brings Shakespeare to Great Barrington April 8-9. Bard College at Simon’s Rock senior writes, directs Elizabethan romantic comedy
worthy of the Bard of Avon

Shakespeare Supherheroes registration is live!!!

Early bird registration is Jan 20-April 1! 

Are you completing YOUR Shakespeare canon?

We’re almost finished completing Shakespeare’s canon for a second time in our about you?

ASC Awarded $25,000 by the NEA to Participate in Shakespeare In American Communities

The Atlanta Shakespeare Company (ASC) was awarded a $25,000 grant from Arts Midwest on behalf of the National Endowment for the Arts that will allow ASC to participate in Shakespeare in American Communities, the NEA’s national project to bring professional Shakespeare performances to communities with little access to professional theatre. 

ASC Awarded $20,000 by the National Endowment for the Arts

National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Jane Chu has approved more than $82 million to fund local arts projects and partnerships in the NEA’s second major funding announcement for fiscal year 2016.  Included in this announcement is an Art Works award of $20,000 to the Atlanta Shakespeare Company (ASC) to fund residencies at Atlanta Public Schools.


The Atlanta Shakespeare Company has been selected as one of the 21 venues for the Cultural Experience Project offered by the Office of Cultural Affairs.

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