To Get Shakespearienced… or Not



Written by Homer Enthusiast

Published on May 15, 2014

To be or not to be, that is the question. The other question might be – what the blazes are you talking about? To be a Shakespearean actor, that’s what. This summer, for the first time, Shakespeare in Delaware Park will be offering classes to adults.  If you have ever had the itch to “trod the boards”, have fond memories of acting in school or community shows, ever had a curiosity about what actors do, or how Shakespeare works, this is for you. Shakespeare veteran, Eileen Dugan (actor/ director and educator), will be holding classes this summer for adults 18 and over. There will be two nights of classes on Mondays, culminating with a class performance on the Shakespeare stage before an evening’s Shakespeare In the Park performance.  No previous experience is required. The $200 tuition includes classes, performance and an SDP T-shirt. Call 856-4533 by May 23rd for more details, and to apply for this one of a kind experience.  Class size is limited.



Session 1: during the SDP production of  HENRY V

Monday June 23     6-8               (class)

Monday June 30     6-8               (class)

Wednesday July 2    5:30-7:30     (performance)


Session 2: during the SDP production of COMEDY OF ERRORS

Monday July 28      6-8               (class)

Monday Aug 4        6-8               (class)

Friday Aug 8        5:30-7:30     (performance)



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