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iShakespeare Video Contest

Want to attend Camp Shakespeare this summer - for free?

With shows like Salome, Kiss Me Kate and 1984, this season STC has produced a series of adaptations and new interpretations of Shakespeare and other classic stories. Now it’s your turn! Create your own mashup, spin-off, or retelling of one of the plays at Camp Shakespeare this summer. The only rule: use at least one line of Shakespeare.

Post your film to Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Videos will be entered into a contest for one session of free camp tuition, worth up to $725!

HOW TO ENTER

  1. If you are a student age 7-18, record your rendition of one of the following plays. The video should be 30 seconds or less.

    THE PLAYS!

    Twelfth Night
    Macbeth
    Hamlet
    As You Like It
    Romeo and Juliet
    A Midsummer Night’s Dream
    The Tempest
    Julius Caesar
    Taming of the Shrew
    Henry V
    All’s Well that Ends Well
     

  2. Post your masterpiece on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook, using #CampShakespeare and tagging Shakespeare Theatre Company. Don’t forget to tag us or we won’t know where to find your video!


     

  3.  Click here to send us an email so we can get your information. (Or email CampSTC@shakespearetheatre.org)

 

The deadline to submit a video is March 1, 2016.

The best videos will be featured at ShakespeareTheatre.org and our social media sites. Entries will be judged on use of text, creativity, and production value.

If the Shakespeare Theatre Company chooses your submission for display at ShakespeareTheatre.org and our social media sites, we will contact your parent or guardian for permission in advance.

By submitting to us, you are promising that the content is original, doesn’t plagiarize from anyone or infringe a copyright or trademark, doesn’t violate anybody’s rights and isn’t libelous or otherwise unlawful or misleading. You are agreeing that we can use your submission in all manner and media of the Shakespeare Theatre Company and that we shall have the right to authorize third parties to do so.