Here are just some of the ways schools across the nation are celebrating A Midsummer Night’s Dream as part of RSC Dream Team 2016.
Whether you are teaching a lesson inspired by the play or putting on a full production in your school, we would love to hear about it. Why not take on one of our challenges, or try out new ways of approaching the play in your classroom.
Share your thoughts, photos and videos on Twitter and Instagram using #RSCDreamTeam and help us celebrate Shakespeare’s legacy for young people today.
By sharing your journey you could also be in with a chance to come and perform in Stratford upon Avon between 27 June and 1 July 2016 or work with an RSC actor in your school. Let us know when you register if you would like to receive further information about these exciting opportunities.
Make us part of whatever dream you build!
Latest RSC Dream Team Ideas and Inspiration
The Playmaking Festival
This week the RSC team has welcomed young performers from all over the UK to Stratford upon Avon for the first week of the Dream Team Playmaking Festival. Find out how they’re getting on.
As students from all over the UK take to our stages in the Dream Team Playmaking Festival this week, pupils who have performed in A Midsummer Night’s Dream: A Play for the Nation offer their advice on dealing with opening night.
COMPOSING THE DREAM
In the last of our challenges we focus on composing, asking you to create a song or score and share your compositions and musical creations with us to take part.
The resources for and edits of A Midsummer Night’s Dream offered free as part of RSC Dream Team 2016 are provided for use only by schools and colleges for non-commercial educational purposes only. They may not be used by for any other type of professional or amateur production. All activities in the resources remain the intellectual property of the Royal Shakespeare Company. The resources and edits may not be reproduced without permission.