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Klyde Warren Park
This is a company I have worked with since 1987. I've been a teacher for after school drama and creative writing classes, was the program coordinator for one season, and I connected them to the Dallas Shakespeare Festival in 1992, when they formed a wonderful lasting relationship where Jr. Player's veteran young actors present a full Shakespearian show every year using the Shakespeare in the Park stage and resources.
I currently work Summers as an Integration Specialist with them, integrating the arts into education to teach core curriculum.
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Our Cinderella vs the Stepfamily and Shakespearian Shorts are available through Players Press.
From Dana Proulx-WillisFairy Tale Courtroom
or innocent? Only you can decide!
The Big, Bad Wolf and the Wicked
Witch are put on trial for bopping
from fairy tale to fairy tale trying
to prevent the public from living
happily ever after.
A Fairy Tale Courtroom
event. Cinderella: Innocent victim or spoiled
brat? The Step Family: Downtrodden family struggling
just to make ends meet, or conniving females out to
take what they can get? Who is really to blame?
A trilogy of classic Shakespeare;
Tragicomedy with a twist:
Giant vs. Jack: A Fairy Tale Courtroom
Event. What happened after the
beanstalk incident? Is Jack a victim
of circumstance or an opportunistic little
thief? Is the Giant an evil ogre
or just a misunderstood big lug? And
who is the mysterious Beanseller, anyway?