Idaho Shakespeare Festival Educational Tour Launch Party


Cinder Wines
107 E 44th St
Garden City, ID 83714
United States

Pricing/Ticket Info
Education fundraiser ticket pricing and event information is available by contacting Education Manager Veronica Von Tobel. veronica@idahoshakespeare.org, 208-429-9908 x206. Online tickets will be available in January 2019!
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Y

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Come celebrate and benefit Idaho Shakespeare Festival's educational programming and statewide tours! Gather at Cinder for food, wine, and entertainment. Family friendly. Experience a sneak peek of the two tour performances launching in Spring 2019: Idaho Theater for Youth's THE MAGICIAN'S NEPHEW and Shakespeare's AS YOU LIKE IT, as well as a live auction and chances to win cool stuff, like donated goodies, private tour performances, and more.

ISF has a robust and cherished educational program. In addition to School of Theater summer, spring and fall camps and classes, ISF launches two statewide tours each spring, cast with professional actors, a transportable set, and boasting a production value as high as the Festival's mainstage pieces. The two tours are Idaho Theater for Youth (ITY) and Shakespearience (SHX). The casts travel to schools and community centers all over Idaho, bringing the experience of live theater to thousands of children in rural and under-served communities, sometimes for the very first time. Tour performances are approximately 45 minutes in duration.

ITY and SHX are 90% philanthropically funded thanks to our generous donors. Join us to learn more about how you can help ISF fulfill its mission: to produce great theater, entertain, and EDUCATE!

Idaho Theater for Youth 2019 Presents:
"The Magician’s Nephew"
by Aurand Harris
A dramatization of the story by C.S. Lewis
January 28- April 12
“Son of Adam, step forth. Tell how this evil witch came to Narnia.”
Before The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe…….. there was the Magician’s Nephew. Join Idaho Theater for Youth as they journey with young Digory and his friend Polly from Victorian, England to distant magical lands in pursuit of a cure for his ill mother. C.S. Lewis’s epic seven novel fantasy series The Chronicles of Narnia begins with this tale of good and evil at the dawn of a new world.
Produced by special arrangement with DRAMATIC PUBLISHING, Woodstock, Illinois

"As You Like It"
By William Shakespeare
Recommended for grades 7-12
February 18- April 26
“Do you not know I am a woman? When I think, I must speak.”
Shakespeare’s most romantic comedy is this year’s Shakespearience tour. Having to flee the home of her uncle, Rosalind disguises herself as a man and brings along her cousin Celia and the clown Touchstone. Taking refuge in the Forest of Arden, they find adventure and romance. Mistaken identity and disguise lead to revelations of honesty and truth and the nature of love.

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