An A-Z Listing of 2013 Festival Events
Actors and directors gather to discuss the plays and answer your questions in the WSU Science Atrium. Sundays July 8 through August 5 at 11:00am. FREE
A noisy and entertaining event staged by the GRSF Company as a benefit for GRSF on Tuesday, July 31st at 7:00PM.
A student-focused opportunity to see a Shakespeare play at no cost with pre and post-show programming focused on teens and pre-teens.
This annual event coordinated for and by the Winona County Historical Center. An annual fundraiser event and a sneak peak of GRSF’s 2012 season, click here for details.
FREE concerts – come to the concerts even if you are not attending from Jefferson’s Pub. Click here to see the schedule of performers.
GRSF has been committed to the accessibility and affordability of theater tickets since its inception. The free preview program, launched in 2012, offers the public the opportunity to see both Professional Company productions one time at no cost. There will also be a free preview of our Intern/Apprentice Project. Learn more here.
A film from the Frozen River Film Festival, Shakespeare Unlocked, Dr. Peter Saccio, Gale Childs Daly, and the Annual Maria W. Faust Sonnet Contest Reception — all held on Festival Saturday mornings at 10:30am. (Some events require tickets.)
GRSF is proud to feature its fifth annual sonnet contest. Call to those interested to come and read their sonnets. Poet Laureate of Winona Emilio DeGrazia will give some tips about writing sonnets. It will be loud, noisy and fun. Free and open to the public! The Sonnet Contest Tip-Off will be held June 26th from 7-9pm at Mugby of Huff St. Winners will be announced at a reception to be held on Saturday, August 4 at 11:00am at Merchants Bank. Learn more here.
See the GRSF crews in action with a guide to answer your questions in the Performing Arts Center on the WSU Campus. Saturdays July 7 & 14 at 4:30pm and July 21 & 28 at 5:00pm. FREE
An introduction to the play from the GRSF education staff. Offered at 7:00pm each Saturday in July. FREE (with a ticket to the show)
WSU’s campus contains all the native trees of Minnesota. See them in this tour. Meet at the Gazebo. Offered at 12:30pm each Saturday in July. — FREE
Hike, bike, fish, kayak and more in the most beautiful corner of Minnesota. More at www.visitwinona.com.
Click below for a .pdf of the 2013 Festival Calendar.
The opening of Shakespeare plays and a series of related celebratory events. Click here for details.