Browse collections of resources on a range of fascinating topics.
Shakespeare has something to say to everyone. And everyone has something to say back to Shakespeare.
Think sonnets are simply love poems of 14 lines? Think again.
Let’s challenge all those assumptions about this “biggie” of a play!
Much Ado About Nothing
Wit, pride, romance, and secrets– ingredients for a comedy worth exploring!
Find out why readers can’t stop wondering about Richard III.
A topsy-turvy play that delights readers with love and humor–and asks hard questions about bullying.
Shakespeare and Race
Studying Shakespeare means facing race and having courageous conversations. Let’s do this work together.
Literature Beyond Shakespeare
Give up Shakespeare worship. If your Shakespeare lives on a pedestal, take him down and move him to a space where he can talk to everyday people… and other great writers like Toni Morrison and Julia Alvarez, Scott Fitzgerald and Azar Nafisi, James Baldwin and Homer, Frederick Douglass and Joy Harjo, Jane Austen and Pablo Neruda, Amy Tan and George Moses Horton.
Their Eyes Were Watching God
Performing a novel just might be the best way to read it.
What happens at “the corner of Me Street and Shakespeare”?
Shakespeare and August Wilson
Learn how to put August Wilson and William Shakespeare in conversation.