August 2nd: Maria W. Faust Sonnet Contest

August 2nd: Maria W. Faust Sonnet Contest

Free event: join us to hear actors from the GRSF Company read the winning sonnets from the 7th Annual Maria W. Faust Sonnet Contest. Click here to read more about the contest and find out how you can enter. Best Humorous Sonnet – 2013 Farm Girl June’s truck comes up the road—she honks the horn…

July 26th: Dr. Peter Saccio: What Happened at Elsinore?

July 26th: Dr. Peter Saccio: What Happened at Elsinore?

Dr. Peter Saccio (Ph.D., Princeton University) is the Leon D. Black Professor of Shakespearean Studies and Professor of English Emeritus at Dartmouth College. Professor Saccio is the author Shakespeare’s English Kings (1977), which has become a classic in its field. His popular video and audio lecture series from The Great Courses is practically required listening for…

July 19th: Shakespeare Symposium on “Hamlet”

July 19th: Shakespeare Symposium on “Hamlet”

Three scholars from varying fields join us for an interdisciplinary conversation about Hamlet. Check back on this page as we finalize details for this event.

July 12th: Frozen River Film Festival presents “Darwin: The Series”

July 12th: Frozen River Film Festival presents “Darwin: The Series”

Leo Darwin is a life coach whose life is falling apart. Christopher Gerson, GRSF acting company member since season one and the genius behind the GRSF videos over the years, presents his new web series. Co-created by Karl Kenzler and directed by Emmy Award winning actress Carrie Preston (True Blood, The Good Wife), Darwin includes…

July 5th: Shakespeare Symposium on “The Merry Wives of Windsor”

July 5th: Shakespeare Symposium on “The Merry Wives of Windsor”

Three scholars from varying fields join us for an interdisciplinary conversation about The Merry Wives of Windsor. Check back on this page as we finalize details for this event.

June 28th: Carlyle Brown & Company present “Therapy and Resistance”

June 28th: Carlyle Brown & Company present “Therapy and Resistance”

A master of his craft Carlyle Brown’s rigorous, extremely theatrical work occupies a wide range of aesthetic forms. Described by The New York Times as “one of America’s more significant Playwrights” he has a long and rich history of creating plays that dramatize historical events in a way that makes them accessible to present day…