The 22/23 production is Twelfth Night

Directed by New World School of the Arts’ Eddie Brown

Adapted by Darius Daughtry and Eddie Brown

In collaboration with Voices United



Dates of School Tours: February 27 – March 31, 2023

All performances include a comprehensive, interactive study-guide, delivered in advance of the scheduled tour date. A curated Q & A follows each 90 minute performance. Schools and community centers may purchase an add-on visit from a teaching artist before or after the production.

Thanks to the generosity of The George Perez Family Foundation, The Children’s Trust, Publix Charities, Coral Gables Community Foundation, Shepard Broad, the Joseph H and Florence A Roblee Foundation, the Cornelia T. Bailey Foundation, the Al & Jane Nahmad Family Foundation, Dan and Valerie Lewis and Miami Dade County, Shakespeare in the Schools is presented free-of-charge.

To book a tour at your school or community center, contact


Shakespeare in the Schools is GableStage’s flagship educational program which brings 8000+ Miami-Dade students abridged, modernized versions of Shakespeare’s most classic plays. Each season we perform, on average, 40 performances at 20 Miami-Dade middle and high schools. 

Shakespeare in the Schools has the following objectives:

  • To expose high school students to classic text that is animated from the page; Shakespeare is meant to be played rather than read and many young people will never have the opportunity to experience complicated, metaphorical verse, brought to life with depth, vibrancy and meaning.
  • To engender a life-long love of Shakespeare by amplifying the overarching themes that exist in Shakespearean plays, such as appearance vs reality; change; order and disorder; and conflict and how these themes are relevant today
  • To provide actors and stage managers, who have recently graduated from college, their first professional opportunity. By providing an experienced director, dramaturg and production team and mentorship from GableStage stage managers and staff, early career actors gain confidence and experience in their craft

Voices United has the mission of fostering cross-cultural understanding and youth action through creative expression, empowering youth to become tolerant and caring leaders for a better future.


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