We are working with a range of exciting institutions, partners, and practitioners, who are supporting the project in a number of invaluable ways.
The Globe are hosting four Before Shakespeare Read Not Dead readings.
MOLA are providing archaeological support and conversation (at a time when exciting archaeological discoveries are being made at the Curtain theatre dig in Shoreditch), and we will be involved alongside them in a number of events.
We are thrilled to be working alongside Emma Frankland and Myriddin Wannell. Emma’s currently preparing a production of John Lyly’s Galatea (see the image on our homepage); the production will see workshops of the play held this summer–in an event co-sponsored by the journal Shakespeare Bulletin and the University of Roehampton–with plans for a full production in 2017. Watch this space.