Homeschool days

PLease check back for 2023 Homeschool days!

 

Please fill out this form and Group Sales will be in contact to finalize your booking.

Homeschool Day

ASC currently does not require masks or proof of vaccination. 

Are you a homeschool co-op? Have other questions?
Contact groupsales@americanshakespearecenter.com

There will be a break after the show for lunch. The Woodrow Wilson Gardens will be open for picnicking (20 N. Coalter St) and there are many eateries around downtown. We recommend Baja Bean, Remedy Burger, Hotel 24, and Pampered Palate for a quick lunch.

We ask that all participants for the workshop are back at the Playhouse by 1:50 PM.

ASC welcomes students aged 7 and up for performances and 10 and up for the workshop.

Participants will learn the art of dazzle painting on model ships—please consider wearing clothes you do not mind getting paint on or bringing an art shirt.

No, but we do ask that you observe from the Playhouse seats.

Our Shakespeare Titles typically run in the 2.5 hour range, while our non-Shakespeare titles range from 90 minutes to 2+ hours. A more specific run time is available shortly after the show opens by calling our Box Office.
No matter the title, Shakespeare’s language often includes a racy joke or bawdy comedic bit—and, if it’s a history or tragedy, there will be a sword fight and at least one character is very likely to die. While we welcome children aged 7 and up to the Playhouse, appropriateness of the content is at the parent or guardian discretion. For a more in-depth look at the shows, though it may not be the most scholarly answer, Wikipedia often has a detailed synopsis of the plays (with, of course, plenty of spoilers).