Adult Education Programs
Lifelong Learning Opportunities Available at GRSF
Continuing Education for Adults - Shakespeare in Performance
Join a class comprised of undergraduate students, educators, and fellow community members for a careful reading and discussion of Shakespeare’s plays and their performances. We will meet from July 8 – July 21, 2019 on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the Winona State University campus.
The course will consist of readings, mini-lectures, class discussions, group work, film clips of the plays, guest speakers from the Great River Shakespeare Festival (GRSF) and attendance at the Festival. Winona State University students will be required to write reviews of the two Shakespeare plays (Macbeth and Cymbeline) and will have the opportunity to have these reviews published on the GRSF website.
This course is 40 contact hours (4 CEUs) and certificates of attendance are available upon request. To register for this course click here. If you would like to take this course for university credit, please contact Winona State University’s Office of Adult & Continuing Education at 507.457.5080 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come spend 4 days living and learning at GRSF alongside an engaging group of fellow students from across the country, in conjunction with Winona State University and the Road Scholar (previously Elderhostel) program. See the plays and then enhance your theater experience by discussing the production approach and exploring the plays with directors, designers and actors from the GRSF company. The expertise, enthusiasm and energy of the instructors will add greatly to your enjoyment of the program. Information about the 2017 Road Scholar Program will be available soon.