Laura Howell

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Nov 25


Thanks to Lancaster County Community Foundation AND the generosity of donors from Lancaster County (and beyond).   THE EXTRAORDINARY GIVE 2019 was a resounding success.  Many thanks to all our generous donors for believing in our organization and supporting us as we bring Shakespeare to the wider audience.  

Nov 25

ANNOUNCING: SHAKES-PEERS!….our first annual high school Shakespeare festival, February 10, 2020!

We are so excited to announce our first ever “annual” high school Shakespeare festival coming to The Ware Center this February 10, 2020.  We welcome high school students from 8 schools from around our county to compete in Shakespeare monologues, learn and play in group acting workshops and rehearse their randomly assigned  Shakespeare scenes – …

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Jun 21

COMEDY OF ERRORS – Thanks to all for coming!

Comedy of Errors was a blast!  A big thank you to Jeff Wolfthal, director, and his talented cast.  And another big thank you to Lancaster History for welcoming us to their beautiful campus.  Look for us this coming June  2020 when we present the rollicking comedy, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING!    

Mar 06

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, William Shakespeare! – keeps coming around

Thanks to all who came out to celebrate William Shakespeare’s birthday.  It was a wonderful evening and we are grateful for the support.  Many thanks also to Lancaster History for their generosity in hosting this event. It won’t be long until we announce where and when our next celebration of Shakespeare’s birthday party will be. …

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Aug 17

MACBETH – has come and gone

Thanks to Millersville University Visual and Performing Arts at The Ware Center.  Thanks to Stone Independent School.  Thanks to Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre.  And thanks to all who came out to see this wonderful production of MACBETH.    And a huge warm hug to all our high school students from the County who came, saw …

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May 04

CAMP WILL 2019…..was a wealth of great fun and learning opportunities for grades 6th-12th!

Shakespeare acting camps, anyone???   We had a fantastic time with all our Camp Will campers last summer 2019.  By extending the ages in the camp and separating into age-appropriate camp sessions, we were filled to overflowing with eager, enthusiastic and talented young actors. We are looking to do the same thing this summer 2020. …

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