2014 Will Run 5K results

2014 Will Run 5K results

Place Name Name Age Time 1 *O’Toole Riley 21 19:15 2 Wittenberg Jacob 24 19:17 3 Kroska John 15 19:28 4 Domeyer Caitlin 16 20 5 Braun Ben 16 20:08 6 Taylor Zack 27 20:14 7 Faas Dawn 42 20:26 8 Morgan Tedd 51 20:45 9 *Boucvalt Benjamin 31 20:46 10 Ready Roxanne 51 21:35…

“450 for the 450th”

“450 for the 450th”

 What is “450 for the 450th” you ask? This summer, in honor of the anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth, GRSF has set a goal to add 450 new sustaining donors to the fold. These “450” will not only be critical to the future of the festival, they’ll have a chance to win some amazing gifts throughout…

Narrated Changeover

Narrated Changeover

See the GRSF crews in action with a guide to answer your questions in the Performing Arts Center on the WSU Campus. Saturdays, July 12, 19 & 26 and August 2nd at 5:30pm. $5 suggested donation.

Pre-show Conversations: All Season

Pre-show Conversations: All Season

Your 10 minute introduction to the play – starts 30 minutes prior to each show Whether you are a PhD in Literature or a new-comer to Shakespeare, this entertaining talk will help you enjoy the play even more. Get to know characters, the basics of the plot and a bit of the background. Free and…

Front Porch: June 28-Aug 2

Front Porch: June 28-Aug 2

The front porch is where we gather to talk with our friends, family, and neighbors. We present this series of special events and symposiums to continue the conversations. Join us Saturday mornings from 11am to 12:30pm (Carlyle Brown Front Porch will be at 2pm). Each Front Porch Event is $15. Advance ticket purchase recommended. Click here…

Callithump!!!! July 29

Callithump!!!! July 29

Join us for our FOURTH Annual Callithump!!! Tuesday, July 29, 2014. Pre Show and Picnic on the Green at 5pm, Performance in the Performing Arts Center at 7pm. This is always a sell out event, so get your tickets early!   Callithump? What’s a Callithump? A Callithump!!! is: a noisy, boisterous parade a riotous parade,…

Apprentice/Intern Project: Troilus and Cressida

Apprentice/Intern Project: Troilus and Cressida

“For to be wise and love exceeds man’s might.” Love meets consequences: comical, satirical, heroic, tragic, Troilus & Cressida resists easy classification, a minefield of brutal ironies, betrayed loyalties and shattered ideals. Compelling and exasperating, humorous and heartbreaking, it stands apart as Shakespeare’s ultimate dissection of human nature at war with itself. Apprentices and Interns come…

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…

What makes our community our home?

What makes our community our home?

Before Christmas one year, my four year old daughter begged me: “Daddy, I need a Ken doll.” Trying to be a wise father, I explained that we need food; we need a place to live and people that love us, but we don’t need Ken dolls. We want them. The next day she came to…