Photo: Laura Lynn Vidler

South Dakota Shakespeare Festival,

at a Distance!

Welcome to South Dakota Shakespeare Festival, at a Distance! We are pleased to bring you this programming so we can still be together even though we must be apart. Many thanks to partnering organizations, Vermillion Public Library, the Vermillion Cultural Association, Red Bird Balloons, the National Music Museum, and Hy-Vee, for their work in creating this wonderful week for our community. Also, be sure to check out our new Online Resources page for links to all things Shakespeare. As always, all of our programming is "Free Will" donation.

 

We look forward to coming back strong, and reconnecting with our audiences, artists, and community face-to-face with an amazing Festival in 2021.

-Your Friends at South Dakota Shakespeare Festival

Watch June 8th - 14th...

A Midsummer Night's Dream,

Directed by Madeline Sayet, 2019

Film Production by Paul Ebsen

Act 1   Act 2

The Taming of the Shrew

Directed by Chaya Gordon-Bland, 2014  

Film Production by Chad Cable,

Chaya Gordon-Bland, and Jason Askew

Part 1   Part 2   Part 3   Part 4

Enjoy while you watch the shows...

Make it a movie night at home! The Coyote Twin Theater concessions counter will be open Friday and Saturday evening, June 12 and 13, 5 to 7pm, for takeout popcorn. Please call 30 minutes ahead, (605) 624-3331, if you'd like to order a jumbo bag. Masks are CDC recommended in enclosed spaces and do remember to wash your hands before eating your popcorn.

Find - Red Bird Balloons Shakespeare Balloon Hunt...

Scheduled for Sunday, June 14th - Can you find the Shakespeare themed balloons displayed around Vermillion? Details on the Red Bird Balloons Facebook page.

Learn with Vermillion Public Library and the National Music Museum...

Tuesday, June 9th, 10:30 a.m. Story-time with Beth -

Romeow & Drooliet by Nina Laden & The Tempest by Georghia Ellinas

Thursday, June 11th, 1:30 p.m.

Art @ Home with Miss Beth - make a magic wand/staff

Check out their amazing Shakespeare Resource page.

Follow the National Music Museum on Facebook to learn about instruments from their collections and how they relate to Shakespeare and his time.

Support with Your Donation...

Use the button below to support the programming of the South Dakota Shakespeare Festival.

We look forward to seeing you next year!

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