Author: Eileen Moeller

JOB POSTING: Finance Associate

Great River Shakespeare Festival (GRSF), seeks a year-round part-time finance associate. The position reports to the festival’s managing director and has no direct reports. The work schedule is flexible 0.5 FTE during the business week. A complete job description is available at http://grsf.org/employment-training. Wage: $15-17/hour. Please send a cover letter, resume, and a list of…
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FAQs for the 2021 Season

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the virtual Town Hall event on Sunday, March 28th. You asked some great questions. We can’t wait to see you again! Below you will find some frequently asked questions about the upcoming season. If you have a question that isn’t answered below, please email it to eileenm@grsf.org.…
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GRSF stands with our Asian community members

Great River Shakespeare Festival condemns the abhorrent violence against Asian and Pacific Islander community members. The horrific shootings in Atlanta, Georgia, on Tuesday March 16, showed the intersecting prejudices of racism and misogyny, carried out to a violent end. GRSF recognizes that these murders were part of an increase in anti-Asian and Pacific Islander violence…
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Thank you to everyone who submitted a spooky story!

Thank you to all of our GRSF community members who submitted story suggestions and original stories for our #GRSFEverywhere Spooky Storytelling event this past weekend. We had a great time and read some fantastic stories. Unfortunately, we didn’t have time to read ALL of the stories that were submitted, so we are listing them below…
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Free Staged Reading of The Thanksgiving Play on 11/29

Join GRSF director Beth Gardiner (The Servant of Two Masters, 2019 & A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 2018) and some of the GRSF acting company for a live staged reading of The Thanksgiving Play by Larissa FastHorse on Sunday, November 29th at 7:00 p.m. This is a free online event. To register, click the button below:…
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Dear GRSF: How do artists respond to the current social climate in their work?

“Dear GRSF” is a new series for our newsletters where staff and company members at Great River Shakespeare Festival answer your questions about the “whys” and “hows” of our company. To submit a question, click here. Recently, a GRSF patron asked our leadership team, “How do you feel that your acting is responding to or…
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Perspectives on Outdoor Theater: Tarah

“Dear GRSF” is a new series for our newsletters where staff and company members at Great River Shakespeare Festival answer your questions about the “whys” and “hows” of our company. To submit a question, click here. Recently, a GRSF patron asked our leadership team, “Why don’t you perform outdoors?” Considering that many theaters may now…
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Perspectives on Outdoor Theater: Paul

“Dear GRSF” is a new series for our newsletters where staff and company members at Great River Shakespeare Festival answer your questions about the “whys” and “hows” of our company. To submit a question, click here. Recently, a GRSF patron asked our leadership team, “Why don’t you perform outdoors?” Considering that many theaters may now…
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Perspectives on Outdoor Theater: Aaron

“Dear GRSF” is a new series for our newsletters where staff and company members at Great River Shakespeare Festival answer your questions about the “whys” and “hows” of our company. To submit a question, click here. Recently, a GRSF patron asked our leadership team, “Why don’t you perform outdoors?” Considering that many theaters may now…
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Perspectives on Outdoor Theater: Melissa

“Dear GRSF” is a new series for our newsletters where staff and company members at Great River Shakespeare Festival answer your questions about the “whys” and “hows” of our company. To submit a question, click here. Recently, a GRSF patron asked our leadership team, “Why don’t you perform outdoors?” Considering that many theaters may now…
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