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The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) is one of the world's best known theatre companies. The purpose of our education work is to make Shakespeare vivid, accessible and enjoyable for young people and their teachers. We prioritise working with those who don’t have easy access to the RSC and other cultural experiences. 

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The activities in this pack are inspired by the rehearsal room process and have been created around Michael Boyd's 2011 production of Macbeth. They...
  • English Language Arts
  • MS, HS
An engaging synopsis for students and teachers, created by writer Rebecca Lenkiewicz.
  • English Language Arts
  • MS, HS
This resource pack contains classroom activities based on Tim Crouch's 2011 production and can be adapted for all ages. The pack contains:<br...
  • English Language Arts
  • MS, HS
The exercises that follow are practical group activities designed to enable your group to work as an ensemble. They can be used by you with your...
  • English Language Arts
  • MS, HS
This sample resource contains the Introduction to The RSC Shakespeare Toolkit for Teachers and a lesson plan focussing on Romeo and Juliet. The...
This free teachers' pack contains classroom activities based on Rupert Goold's 2010/11 production of Romeo and Juliet. They can be adapted for other...
The activities in this free teachers' pack were created around Neil Bartlett's 2008 production of Romeo and Juliet. The activities include:<br...
Teaching Shakespeare is a ground-breaking education partnership between the Royal Shakespeare Company and the University of Warwick. Transform your...
Half way through rehearsals for the RSC's 2008 production of Romeo and Juliet, director Neil Bartlett pauses for thought. This article first appeared...
  • English Language Arts
  • MS, HS
Psychologist Dorothy Rowe examines how our strongest emotions are intertwined. This article first appeared in the playbill for the Royal Shakespeare...