Category: Front Porch Events

August 4: Maria W. Faust Sonnet Contest

Hear the winning sonnets read by GRSF acting company members. Learn more about the Maria W. Faust Sonnet Contest here.   

July 28: Educators’ Workshop

Join us for a very special opportunity to participate in an intensive workshop on Shakespeare geared towards educators. After learning a bit about the many education programs that GRSF has to offer, join Artistic Director, Doug Scholz-Carlson and Gale Childs-Daly, to work through . Doug and Gale will be sharing some of their most valuable…
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July 21: Women in Performing Arts Panel Discussion

Women in Performing Arts Panel Discussion Women artists from across a variety of performing arts disciplines will present a panel discussion on their experiences in the industry at different levels. Guests include: Melissa Vaughan of the Statera Foundation Melissa Maxwell, Teaching Artist, Director, and GRSF Company Member Rachel Lann, GRSF Assistant Technical Director Sharon Mansur,…
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July 14: Tonia Sina – Intimacy Directing

Tonia Sina - Intimacy Directing: Creating Safe Spaces On and Off Stage Tonia is the founder and Executive Director of Intimacy Directors International (along with co founders, Alicia Rodis and Siobhan Richardson). She was the Intimacy Choreographer for the production of The Bakkhai at the Stratford Festival in Ontario, Canada, as well as being an international sexual…
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July 7: Keith Jones – Around the Globe

Keith Jones - Around the Globe: Shakespeare Films Around the World Adaptations and derivatives of Shakespeare's plays come out every year. From the Oscar-Winning Shakespeare in Love to Makibefo, a version of Macbeth filmed in Madagascar, audiences are presented with new settings for Shakespeare’s plots, characters—even his biography. But what are we to think of these departures from or revisitings…
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June 30: Frozen River Film Festival

GRSF and Frozen River Film Festival present a morning of film selections from the 2018 festival. Who should you bring? Anyone! FRFF will screen films, and there will be time for discussion with a moderator about how the films relate to our communities and other arts (like theater).