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Opening night celebrations!

We warmly invite all Guild Members to these Opening Night Celebrations!

The Colorado Shakespeare Festival will be hosting opening night celebrations for all four openings this season:
·         June 8th – A Midsummer Night’s Dream
·         June 14th – The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)
·         June 29th – Macbeth
·         July 19th – Richard II
Each event will take place immediately following the performance until midnight in the Shakespeare Gardens, which is the courtyard just West of the Mary Rippon. Food and drink will be available.
Because this is an event on campus that involves alcohol, we have a few guidelines we need to make you aware of:
·         We are required to maintain a list of invited attendees, and as an invited guest, your name will be on that list.
·         If you would like to bring a guest, please contact us no later than the day before the event.
·         There will a guest list at the north entrance to the event, and you must check-in with a guest list attendee before        entering the event.
·         Self-service of alcohol is not allowed; certified alcohol servers will be present (be prepared to show a valid ID if asked to verify that you are 21 or older).
·         Open alcohol containers may not leave the event area.
We look forward to celebrating the opening of Richard II on July 19th!



For the Love of Shakespeare!

Welcome to the home page for the Colorado Shakespeare Festival Guild! Please feel free to wander through our site and find out more about Who We Are and What We Do –we are happy to share our enthusiasm for Shakespeare and for the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, and our commitment to education!

The CSF Guild provides financial and volunteer support for a variety of Colorado Shakespeare Festival events, primarily focused on the Festival’s Education programs.

Become a Member today and help support this vital component of Boulder’s artistic and educational heritage!

As only a portion of the expenses of CSF Guild are covered by membership dues and gift shop profits, please consider making a tax-deductible donation of any amount today.   

Our Mission Statement: The Colorado Shakespeare Festival Guild is an independent, not-for-profit, community organization established for charitable, educational, and literary purposes including the encouragement and support of public awareness and appreciation for Shakespeare’s works. Its goals include, but are not limited to, promoting a life-long learning about Shakespeare, his culture, and his theatrical works through support of the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, as well as public education and community outreach programs in the schools and in the community at large.

The CSF Guild was incorporated in 1983 and became a 501(c)3 in 1989.

Please explore our site and discover more about the variety of Volunteer Opportunities and all of the benefits of Guild Membership!

2 Responses

  1. Toni Patrick says:

    Is there a chance that you all would be willing to do a play in Greeley?
    We have an excellent amphitheater and are dreaming of a theater in the park option here.

    • Greetings!
      And thanks for visiting our site!

      We are actually the Board of the Colorado Shakespeare Festival GUILD, which helps raise money and organize events for the Festival’s educational outreach programs.
      Questions about professional Shakespeare performances would need to be directed to the Festival itself at http://www.coloradoshakes.org

      Good Luck!

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