Setting the Stage: The Royal Shakespeare Company in The Greene Space

Thursday, June 30, 2011

From July 6 through August 14, the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) will perform five of Shakespeare’s plays in repertory at Park Avenue Armory as part of Lincoln Center Festival.  The RSC’s theater technicians are building a full-scale replica of the newly transformed Royal Shakespeare Theatre thrust stage auditorium in Stratford-upon-Avon.

THE GREENE SPACE TALKS SHAKESPEARE

In Collaboration with Royal Shakespeare Company, Lincoln Center Festivals, Park Avenue Armory and in Association with the Ohio State University.  New York Magazine is the Media Sponsor of Royal Shakespeare Company Residency.

June 30 - Collaborations

July 6 - Design

July 13 - Stand Up for Shakespeare

July 21 - The Actors

VIDEO DOCUMENTARY

Watch a short video documentary that takes you behind-the-scenes of this extraordinary theatrical undertaking.

RADIO DOCUMENTARY

Learn more about the process in the WNYC radio documentary Setting the Stage.

SLIDESHOW

See a slideshow of The Greene Space's notes from the field from their travels England as they explore the giant undertaking of the Royal Shakespeare Company.

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