Sneak into Shakespeare: Here is the participant guide for KCACTF Region 7 Festival 54 on Saturday, Feb. 19 at 2:00 PM PST. Please download for the workshop and have it easily available. I ask that you not share it.
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If you are interested in the intern program, Wildflower Women’s Ensemble, or the Sacramento Shakespeare Festival, have any questions about Shakespeare or a piece you are working on, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lori Ann DeLappe-Grondin – Presenter
A member of the faculty at Sacramento City College since 2005, Lori Ann has been working in the local theatre community since 1994. As an artistic fellow of both Sacramento Shakespeare Festival (SSF) and City Theatre, she takes on both administrative and artistic positions with those organizations including directing, management and education. She is the program director of the High School Intern Program for SSF which she created in 2004. In 2015, she co-founded an all-female ensemble, Wildflower Women’s Ensemble, to provide free Shakespeare in the park to her community and opportunities for women to explore traditionally male roles.
Julianna Camille – Co-Presenter
Julianna received a BA with Honours from University of London’s Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in Drama, Applied Theatre, and Education. While at RCSSD, she had the opportunity to teach with Adhyayan in Mumbai, India, intern at the American Shakespeare Centre in Virginia, and train with Shakespeare’s Globe in a directing intensive. Since returning to California, Julianna has worked with Marin Shakespeare’s Social Justice team at various state prisons as a teaching artist and performer. She has spent her past few summers as the Associate director of the Sacramento Shakespeare Festival’s High School internship program, and has directed their performances of Romeo and Juliet, The Tempest, As You Like It, and Merry Wives. Julianna is a teaching artist with B Street Theatre working across all aspects of their outreach & education programming. When she is not teaching, Julianna can be found performing with Wildflower Women’s Ensemble and devising exciting projects with her co-founders Lori Ann DeLappe-Grondin & Josh Anderson. She is passionate about sharing her love for Shakespeare and theatre with those in her community.