Boston Shakespeare Project provides arts and humanities enrichment programs to Greater Boston's youth. 


Our after-school residency program invites middle school students to explore Shakespeare's enduring characters and themes through the eyes of an actor. University teaching fellows guide participants through a variety of theatre games and activities, sharing the essentials of acting and directing, and helping students to discover the possibilities that unfold when you bring Shakespeare's language to life. Connecting mind and body through theatre and play, the program helps build critical literacy and social emotional skills, including communication, collaboration, creativity, critical thinking, and empathy.

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Before this program, I was a shy, timid kid. It gave me a lot of confidence, I made a lot of friends, and I learned a lot about Shakespeare.
— 7th Grade Student

Boston Shakespeare Project collaborates with in-house visual arts programs at our partner schools.
Click HERE to view a selection of student artwork.

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