Sharing Shakespeare with a new generation

In January of each year the Festival stages a full-length professional production of one of Shakespeare’s plays, performed on Tulane’s campus as a field trip opportunity for middle and high school students. These performances are often the only opportunity students have to see live professional theatre and, more often, their first live Shakespearean performance.

Tickets are only $10 per student, and one free chaperone ticket is provided for each fifteen students. Additional chaperones pay only $10.

In January of 2016 the Festival will present Shakespeare’s Cymbeline.

10:00a student matinees will be held on January 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21 & 22 in Tulane’s Dixon Hall.

Runtime is approximately two hours with no intermission. An optional talkback with the cast follows each show.

For more information please contact Clare Moncrief  |  cmoncri@tulane.edu  |  (504) 314-7752

Teacher resources:

Complete this form to book a school group:

2016 Cymbeline school reservation form

A study guide for Cymbeline can be downloaded here: 

Cymbeline study guide

Arrival & parking instructions can be dowloaded here: 

arrival instructions

The 2016 Performance for the schools is made possible because of generous support from:

  • The Administrators of the Tulane Educational Fund
  • Joe W. and Dorothy Dorsett Brown Foundation
  • The Cahn Family Foundation
  • Baptist Community Ministries
  • The Ferber Foundation of the Jewish Endowment Foundation
  • John Landrum
  • Nicole Eichberger & Proskauer Rose, LLP
  • The Collins C. Diboll Private Foundation