2022 Shakespeare at Winedale Season

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Project ends on December 10, at 09:00 AM CST
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2022 Shakespeare at Winedale Season

Shakespeare at Winedale needs funding to support the 2022 season of this historic program of UT’s College of Liberal Arts. 

Since 1970, students and audiences have explored Shakespeare’s works in a barn in the Texas countryside in this celebrated English Department program. Students at Winedale learn about Shakespeare and themselves as they work collaboratively to stage some of the richest works of human culture. Shakespeare’s plays investigate profound questions of justice, government, love, family, and identity, questions still very relevant to students and audiences today. 

Project funds will support student accommodations at the Winedale Historical Center, as well as the supplies and materials that go into creating Shakespeare’s plays onstage, from fabric for costumes to paper for play-texts, from swords and armor to Gatorade and insect repellent. Generations of UT students have had life-changing encounters with Shakespeare through the Winedale program. Many of our audience members have been coming to Winedale every summer for decades, in order to experience Shakespeare’s plays in this unique style and setting. 

Your support will help us overcome the constraints of the COVID-19 pandemic, and introduce new communities of students and audience members to Shakespeare through performance. For more than fifty years, Shakespeare at Winedale has served as a model for experiential learning. With the 2022 season, we aim to give the program’s mission of creativity and discovery its richest and fullest expression.

Choose a giving level


The "Hornèd Herd" Level

To honor the 20 wooden cows, each decorated by a Winedale class, that live on the Winedale Historical Center Property


The "Eternal Summer" Level

To praise the achievements of the previous 51 Summer Classes


"The Rest Is Silence" Level

To memorialize the total number of characters that have died on the Winedale Stage


"A Piece Of Cheese" Level

To eulogize the number of Cheez-its in a box eaten during snack time by the Summer Class


The "Give Me Drink" Level

To commemorate the 567 gallons of Gatorade drunk by the Summer Class


The "Band Of Brothers" Level

To recognize the 1215 students that have participated in the Spring and Summer Classes


The "Et Tu Brute" Level

To honor of the total number of lines in the 2022 Spring Class play


The "Now Am I In Arden" Level

To offset the cost of one away weekend stay at the Winedale Historical Center by the Spring Class


The "Changeable Taffeta" Level

To celebrate the number of stitches to takes to create a complete costume of doublet and hose


The "Fool i' The Forest" Level

To underwrite the room and board for the Summer Class for one week of their summer residency at the Winedale Historical Center

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