The Eskridge Tri-ART Series is the Brooks Center's educational outreach program for area schools and homeschools.
Shakespeare was meant to be seen and heard, but often students’ only exposure to the Bard is in a classroom, reading his words and trying to decipher their meaning. Shakespeare seems like “Old English” and irrelevant to the 21st century teenagers, but his characters and themes have stood the test of time– and they have something to say! So why can’t Shakespeare be exciting?
The answer is: he can! The Warehouse Theatre makes Shakespeare hip with their 75-minute professional productions of his most loved classics. Their productions use original Shakespearean text, making it accessible and alive while not talking down to students. Join us for The Warehouse Theatre’s production of Romeo and Juliet the tragic tale of two star-crossed lovers.