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Front Porch Series July 18, 2020

July 18, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. Dorothy B. Magnus Black Box Theatre in the Robert A. DuFresne Performing Arts Center on the campus of Winona State University The Maria W. Faust Sonnet Contest is an annual event that welcomes entries from around the world to our artistic community in SE Minnesota – Winona. The contest…
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Front Porch Series July 11, 2020

July 11, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. Robert A. DuFresne Performing Arts Center at Winona State University – Mainstage Theater Sherry Jo Ward is an actor, writer, instructor, and professional theatre administrator. She was diagnosed in 2015 with a rare neuromuscular disease called Stiff Person Syndrome. Instead of giving up on her career in theatre, she…
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Front Porch Series July 4, 2020

July 4, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. GRSF Downtown Office – 121 E 3rd St, Winona, MN 55987 Please join GRSF company members in the GRSF Downtown Box Office for a staged reading of a new play by Gale Childs Daly, playwright of Great Expectations, which is playing on the mainstage as part of GRSF Season 17.…
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Shakespeare for Young Filmmakers

July 7-26 (Tuition: $500) Classes are held from MONDAY July 6 – FRIDAY July 24 with a final showcase on August 2. SCHEDULE:  11:00am-4pm (Break from 1-1:45pm) 4:00-5:00 Individual Coaching/Check-Ins as needed Guided by GRSF company members and filmmakers, this course is designed for students grades 7-12 seeking an introduction to filmmaking. SYF gives opportunities…
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Shakespeare for Young Designers

MONDAY July 6 – FRIDAY July 24 (Tuition: $500)Classes are held from 11am-4pm with Showcase on 8/2 @ 6pm Shakespeare for Young Designers offers an opportunity for students who have completed 6th through 12th grade in Spring 2020 to explore scenic and costume design and production strategies in the context of Shakespearean text. This program incorporates elements of…
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Shakespeare for Young Actors

MONDAY July 6 – FRIDAY July 24 (Tuition: $500) Classes are held from 11am-4pm with Showcase on 8/2 @ 6pm Led by GRSF company members, this intensive workshop for students grades 7-12 introduces young actors to the principles of acting Shakespeare. SYA students work closely with professional actors to understand and interpret Shakespeare’s text. Students of all…
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Education & Community Engagement Internship

Great River Shakespeare Festival provides a full range of education programming 3rd grade – adult (grsf.org/youth-education). The education intern will be a member of the programmatic design team comprised of equity and non-equity actors and arts educators. Have great games and exercises that work for you? Be ready to share those games you know students…
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Dramaturgy & Text Coach Internships

Intern dramaturgs and text coaches are unpaid internships that allow students to work alongside professional text coaches, directors and actors. Responsibilities are determined by the needs of the production. Please inquire for further information. This internship does not receive a weekly stipend.

Artistic Leadership Internship

The Artistic Leadership Intern will assist the Managing & Artistic directors throughout the season. They may also work in the rehearsal hall as needed on one to two productions. Responsibilities include note taking, grant research, assistance with development campaigns, event management, and writing. This intern will have the opportunity to watch experienced professional actors, designers,…
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Directing Internships

Directing interns assist in the rehearsal hall as needed by the director for each production. Responsibilities include note taking, research and text work. This is largely an observational internship which gives young directors the opportunity to watch experienced professional actors, designers and directors move through an entire rehearsal process and into performance. Assistant directors develop…
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