But wait, there's more.... 
The Shakespeare Gym for the International Shakespeare Center in June was so successful that we're having another ISC collaboration. Shakespeare Readers, Crows adult family members and anyone interested in dipping their toes into the invigorating waters of Shakespeare are welcome to join our King Lear Act 1 workshop. We will assign parts ranging from the Dukes of Albany and Cornwall (1 line each) to Lear's 121 lines and many medium and small parts in between. We'll do a close-read and text analysis of the scene and then work on "how to suit the action to the word, the word to the action," culminating in an informal performance for friends and family. If you would be interested in the project, contact us through our contact form or sign up athttp://www.internationalshakespeare.center/shakespeare-gym/

We've been hosting stage-fighting workshops with Fight Director Ambrose Ferber. Interest has been so great that a number of Crows are joining his Cadets de Gascon fight collaborative, now in its formative stages. They expect to begin an evening fight club in March. We are delighted and proud to be associated with this club! 

Our Summer Veterans Production

Julius Caesar

at Santa Fe Botanical Garden

Introduction to the play, May 24 6-8:30 p.m. 

at The Crows' Nest, 7 Caliente Rd., Unit B-4 at La Tienda in Eldorado.

Rehearsals begin Thursday, May 31 12 - 4:30 p.m. at the Crows' Nest

Tuesdays and Wednesdays at UUC, 12-4:30 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays 12 - 4:30 p.m. at at the Crows' Nest . 

​Dress rehearsal Wednesday, July 23, 24 5-9:00 p.m.
​Performances Friday and Saturday, July 26, 27, and August 3, 4  5 p.m.
at The Santa Fe Botanical Garden

Members of the company can be seen in short films produced by the International Shakespeare Center (www.internationalshakespeare.center) celebrating the arrival in Santa Fe of the Folger First Folio - check their YouTube channel (International Shakespeare Center - Five-minute Shakespeare in Santa Fe)

We look forward to seeing you on either side of the stage at these events!

We Few, We Happy Few

Shakespeare History Plays Workshop

Introduction to the play: Wednesday, May 23 6-8:30 p.m.

at The Crows' Nest, 7 Caliente Rd., Unit B-4 at La Tienda in Eldorado.

Rehearsals begin Wednesday, May 30 12-4:30 p.m. at the Crows' Nest

Tuesday, Wednesdays in Eldorado, Thursday, Fridays at UUC in Santa Fe.

​Dress rehearsal Wednesday, July 11, 1-6 p.m.

​Performances Friday and Saturday, July 13, 14 7 p.m.

location TBD

We've performed at the New Mexico Art Museum's First Folio celebration, the Santa Fe Rotary Club, GLOW at the Santa Fe Botanical Garden, and done workshops at the Academy for Technology and the Classics, the May Center for Learning, Eldorado Community School, Santa Fe Prep and Santa Fe High School. We performed a reprise of The Tempest for 190 high school students at El Museo Cultural. If you would like the Crows to visit your school or organization, let us know! 

​​Speak What We Feel:

        King Lear Workshop
 King Lear call his court together to divide his kingdom between his three daughters: Goneril, Regan, and Cordelia. He calls on them to declare how much they love him and when Cordelia answers him with her honest thoughts - sharing private thoughts in an all-too public setting, Lear's hurt turns to rage and he disowns Cordelia, who is claimed in marriage by the King of France. Lear then banishes the noble Kent, his faithful friend and the remaining sisters strategize.

It's a play about nature and nurture, what makes a person legitimate, how our emotions can overtake us. It has been called a play in which "no lives matter" yet despite the devastation in this tragedy there is a strong undercurrent of redemption

Twenty three actors 10-18 will be taking multiple roles with onstage character changes. Fight Direction by Ambrose Ferber. Pre-show talk by Robin Williams
                     Performances April 28, 29,  location TBD

The play's the thing...