After postponing the 2020 season, the Illinois Shakespeare Festival will produce a new slate of plays for summer 2021. There will also be changes to ticket sales.
The Illinois Shakespeare Festival is delighted to announce the appointment of a new managing director, Dr. Derek R. Munson.
Abigail Anderson was recently announced as the 2021 recipient of the Sutter Family Shakespeare Scholarship for the Illinois Shakespeare Festival. The Sutter Scholarship is awarded to a first-year student with a high level of acting talent. The scholarship recipient receives an acting internship for one season with the Illinois Shakespeare Festival as well as an
In November, the School of Theatre and Dance at Illinois State University will present Richard III online, setting Shakespeare’s drama of power and political manipulation in a 21st-century corporate world.
Are you looking for ways to connect this summer? Explore, learn, and train from the comfort of your own home with an online Illinois Shakespeare Festival camp.
In response to decisions from the Illinois Governor’s office, Illinois State University leadership, and our creative partners throughout the world, the Illinois Shakespeare Festival (ISF) will postpone its 2020 season until summer 2021.
Illinois Shakespeare Festival (ISF) Artistic Director John C. Stark shared plans for the 2020 season at the annual ISF season announcement event on October 28
The Illinois Shakespeare Festival invites you to the 2020 Season Announcement at 7 p.m. Monday, October 28, in the Illinois State University Center for Performing Arts Theatre. This event is free and open to the public. Attendees are asked to register for the event.
Artist and alumna Wonsook Kim ’75, M.A. ’76, M.F.A. ’78, honorary doctorate of arts ’19, and her husband, Thomas Clement, have made a $12 million gift to Illinois State in support of the College of Fine Arts and the School of Art.
Actor Kevin McKillip was the 42nd actor selected for the Illinois Shakespeare Festival’s “Actor Honor Roll.”