Book Up to Four New, Traveling Productions:
Julius Caesar
Romeo and Juliet
Southern Sirens
Shake(s) Rattle and Roll

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Julius Caesar and Romeo and Juliet 
September - December 2017

Give your students the experience of a live, accessible, visceral production of one or both of these important plays by William Shakespeare.  We will come to YOUR school in the Memphis area, across the state, and throughout the Southeastern U.S.  Both productions include a 10-minute actor talkback. 

Cost: $850 first performance; $550 each additional same-day performance.

In Julius Caesar seven actors 'blaze forth' a 75-minute performance of Shakespeare's epic Roman story of fate, friendship, and honor.

In Romeo and JulietShakespeare’s timeless exploration of daring young love, inexplicable hatred, and mortal violence unfolds with care through the actions and in the words of teenagers.  This 90-minute production is fast, physical, and daring.

Performance Space: To play, we require approximately a 20’ x 20’ space for the performance.  No lighting equipment is needed.  We will need access to electrical outlets.  Our actors will bring everything else they require with them.  Though we do not require a stage or raised playing space, please ensure the chosen performance area has good visibility for your audience.

"Today's performance of Romeo and Juliet was amazing!  We all were blown away by the wonderful acting and professionalism."
-Amy Spencer, Special Education Teacher, Concord Academy

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Southern Sirens and Shake(s), Rattle, and Roll
September 2017 - June 2018

Bring our popular TSC actors Jillian Barron and Zach Williams into your school, center, or office! 

Jillian and Zach perform two fast, fun, informative shows that are appropriate for all ages and are highly entertaining.  Performances are 45 minutes in length and have minimal technical needs.  Each show includes a post-show discussion with the actors. 

Cost: $500.

Shake(s), Rattle & Roll pays tribute to our hometown heritage.  This show lovingly links the signature music of Memphis to the works of Shakespeare that (we imagine) inspired them.  You will discover chart-topping, toe-tapping, foot-stomping, got-t​o-​jump-out-of-your-seat-and-move-with-it SHAKESPEARE!  Enjoy a whirlwind of scenes and soliloquies sure to make you want to SHOUT! Material includes Julius Caesar, Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, Othello, Richard II, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Antony and Cleopatra, Twelfth Night, and Taming of the Shrew.

In Southern Sirens the celebrated Southern prose of Eudora Welty and Flannery O'Connor are dramatized in this NEW 45-minute production.  Excerpts from stories and letters illuminate the ground-breaking styles of these short story writers as they tackle social truths with arresting clarity and humor.

Performance Space: To play, we require approximately a 16’ wide x 15’ deep space for the performance.  Stage lights and amplified sound are unnecessary.  Our actors will bring everything they require with them.  No stage or elevation is required, so we can play in a variety of spaces.  Though we do not require a stage or raised playing space, please ensure the chosen performance area has good visibility for your audience.  Material is suitable for all ages. 

For more information and to book your show today, please contact Carmen-maria Mandley, TSC Education Manager, by emailing or by calling (901) 759-0620.

What students and teachers are saying: 

"What an awesome experience. I got so much feedback from students and teachers that it was 'the highlight of the year."
- Michele Sabatier, teacher, St. Joseph School, Greenville, MS
"Moving, authentic performances! The quality of the productions is unmatched in this area. My students will never claim Shakespeare is irrelevant again!!"
- April Murphy, teacher, Collierville Connection Homeschool Group
"I didn't have to find chaperones. I didn't have to order buses or lunches. It was the most convenient, perfect 'field trip' for the kids and me. TSC is gracious, pleasant and perfectly Shakespearean."
- Abby Cardwell, teacher, Snowden School

To view TSC's page on the Tennessee Arts Commission website for Ticket Subsidy and State Funding, click here. To view available grants, click here.

Reduced pricing is made possible in part by TSC's Barbara B. Apperson Angel Fund.

PLEASE NOTE: Titles and dates are subject to change.