Lesley Currier

Play Power – Free Creative Dramatics Virtual Classes for grades K – 5

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‘Play Power’ creative dramatics classes for K-5 engage students in active learning Marin Shakespeare Company has launched Play Power, a series of free creative dramatics video classes for grades K-5. All 36 videos and lesson plans are available to elementary schools at no charge. Skilled teaching artists engage students’ creativity, imagination, and curiosity through theatre…

Wanda Sabir Interviews Dameion Brown

Published in Mainstage Plays, Social Justice / Prison Programs

May, 1, 2020 – As Sheltering in Place continues, Wanda Sabir interviews Dameion Brown. Slide show and website link: https://www.blogtalkradio.com/wandas-picks/2020/05/01/wandas-picks-radio-show In the first conversation Michael J. Satchell and his editor, Marvin X, share the story of Tariq, a great Moorish General. Satchell has published his screenplay to raise funds to make the movie. Then in our…

Inside Shakespeare for Social Justice

Published in Social Justice / Prison Programs

For many of the incarcerated men, women, and youth who take Shakespeare classes with us, Shakespeare for Social Justice is an important lifeline, providing the gift of connection, creativity, and emotional growth. We are happy to share stories, quotes, memories and musings from the teaching artists and students of Shakespeare for Social Justice, creating a…

“Game-Changer” – an Interview with Diane and Larry Rosenberger

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By Dori Eisenhauer November 27, 2019 As the opportunity to share approaches on GIVING TUESDAY this December 3, I had the chance to take a few moments to speak with Diane and Larry Rosenberger, Co-Chair of the Marin Shakespeare Company Capital Campaign “Setting the Stage For Good”.  Longtime Marin residents, they have also been audience…