Company Conversations: Join GRSF Company members every Thursday evening in the theater following the performance and every Sunday at 11am at Blooming Grounds on Third Street. Free.
Narrated Set Changeovers: Observe the GRSF Tech Crew as they transform the stage between plays. Free.
Library Programs: A Shakespeare festival and a public library: what could form a more natural partnership? We facilitate educational and physical theatre workshops for both adults and teenagers at libraries in Winona, La Crescent, St. Charles, Rochester, Northfield, Lanesboro, and Rushford. Information about further library partnerships for Season 13 will be available in Spring 2016.
Front Porch Events offer opportunities to more deeply explore the themes and ideas that begin in the theater. Tickets are needed for Front Porch Events, unless noted. The Symposiums are presented in partnership by Winona State University and the Great River Shakespeare Festival.
Free tickets for students!
GRSF invites all students ages 10-18 to the theatre–for free! Chill With Will features free tickets and special student programming before and after the performance. Adult chaperones get a ticket discount, too!
Do you have a student younger than 10 who is interested in coming? Contact the Box Office for more information–some Shakespeare fans are ready to join is in the theater at a younger age!
Made possible by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Thursday, July 7 at 7:30 pm
Thursday, July 14 at 7:30 pm
Thursday, July 21 at 7:30 pm
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 2016 Road Scholar Program will be available is available.
Join GRSF fans from Northfield for a preview of the season from GRSF Artistic Director Doug Scholz-Carlson at the Northfield Senior Center on June 8th at 1pm.
Visit www.northfieldseniorcenter.org to learn more about bus trips from Northfield that include tickets to the productions and dinner with the cast in Winona.
Begin with a preview of the season from GRSF Teachers in La Crosse, end with a bus trip to see the productions. Visit www.uwlax.edu/conted/lir to learn more.
Developing and enhancing actors’ knowledge of and experience with verse, this program is intended to help actors make the transition from training programs to the professional world.
Scenery, lights, costumes, props, marketing, video production, sound, box office, development and more.