Andrea Jackson "The Rule of Three (Teachers, Artists and Students): Teaching Shakespeare at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival"
Date and TimeThursday, September 27, 2012
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
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Andrea Jackson is the Director of Education at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival. Her background includes work as a performer, director, drama teacher, choreographer and teaching artist as well as a researcher, administrator and public speaker. Originally from Alberta, where she was heavily involved with the St. Albert Children's Theatre, Andrea received her diploma in Theatre Arts from Grant MacEwan College in Edmonton, her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre from the Boston Conservatory in Boston, MA, her Bachelor of Education from the University of Western Ontario and her Masters Degree in Shakespeare Studies at the Shakespeare Institute at the University of Birmingham in Stratford-upon-Avon, England. In her capacity as Director of Education with the Festival, she is the program director for the Festival's education, outreach and enrichment activities for all patron interest groups including the Shakespeare School for students and the Teaching Shakespeare Program for teachers.
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