Wednesdays With Will #1 - Sonnets

We know that Shakespeare was a playwright, and even that he acted in some of his own plays, but did you know that he was a poet too? Shakespeare wrote a specific type of poem called a sonnet. In fact, he wrote 154 of them! In this video, we'll break down what makes a sonnet different from other poems and explore writing our own! Here's the text to the sonnet we started for you: I see a tree that's really big and tall The wind is blowing it all to and fro But soon the leaves will all begin to fall And make big stacks down on the ground below Now it's your turn to write the rest! When you're done, email your completed sonnet to us at and we might feature it on our

Announcing Changes to Our Summer Season

Hello friends of Summit Players Theatre, Following Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers's closure of 40 Wisconsin state parks and the extension of Wisconsin's Safer at Home order, Summit Players Theatre has had some thinking to do. We want to be able to offer our typical Shakespeare in the State Parks program while keeping our audience members and our artists as safe and healthy as possible. In light of these measures, therefore, Summit Players Theatre still plans to perform its summer production of THE WINTER'S TALE, but will remove parks from our season and push back our opening to July 10, 2020. Our 45-minute educational workshop and 75-minute, six-actor show will travel to 14 Wisconsin state pa

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