The American Shakespeare Center is Shakespeare’s American home – a beacon for all to feel more alive through the experience of Shakespeare performance and education, changing lives one encounter at a time.
Website featuring a compilation of blogs on Shakespeare as well as webinars and special projects.
Present-day articles written about Shakespeare and his works.
3,000 illustrations of Shakespeare’s Complete Works from Victorian England, neatly presented in a new, digital archive.
An article on the benefits of using images to help some students understand Shakespeare better.
Official website of the Folger Library, including everything Shakespeare.
Free access to the works of Shakespeare no matter where you are.
Performance archive of Shakespeare’s works.
This site will provide any Shakespeare memorabilia that your life needs, whether it be books, clothing, or novelty gifts.
Official website of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
This is a place where you Shakespeare geeks, theater professionals, and scholars can gather and exchange insights, ideas, and your own Shakespeareances.
A professional organization for the advanced study of Shakespeare’s works, times, and afterlife.
Official website of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust organization, which is dedicated to the preservation and appreciation of Shakespeare.
A little bit of everything Shakespeare including: plays, sonnets, quotes, key dates, and more.
To provide Public Benefit Programs which inspire education and personal development Through the Works of William Shakespeare Relating to history, culture, literature, theatre and art in America.
An article about Shakespeare’s Hamlet translated officially into Klingon.
An interactive portal into the world of Macbeth where you can play games and reserve tickets.
The Shakespeare Society is a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing the enjoyment, understanding, and appreciation of William Shakespeare’s works through performance, commentary, and educational activities.