Pictured (left to right): Dan McCleary with Chip, Barbara, Virginia, and John Apperson
You Can Make an Education Difference
If you would like to help TSC move the arts closer to the center of every child's learning experience, please:
Write a personal letter about your experience as a participant in one of TSC's education programs or as an audience member to:
Tennessee Shakespeare Company
P.O. Box 382143
Germantown, TN 38183-2143
|2.||Make a contribution to the Barbara B. Apperson Angel Fund by clicking on the 'Donate Now' button on the right-hand side of your browser margin, and help us bring as many children as possible to Shakespeare:|
The Barbara B. Apperson Angel Fund
Bringing as Many Children to Shakespeare as Possible
The Barbara B. Apperson Angel Fund (established in 2008 by her loving children Chip, John, and Virginia pictured above) serves as our annual Education Fund to ensure as many Mid-South children as possible can participate in our expanding Education Program. Specifically, the Angel Fund:
- Underwrites Free Will Thursday Kids Nights during our productions; allowing Children aged 17 and younger to see one performance per week free of charge when accompanied by a guardian;
- Supplements ticket prices and transportation for special morning matinees and post-show discussions of our productions for middle and high school students;
- Supplements costs associated with in-school Shakespeare Playshops and Residencies throughout the Mid-South;
- Made possible the launch of Shakespeare Play Camps in summer 2010: multiple indoor/outdoor camps of Renaissance imagination for students in grades 5-12;
- Underwrites the creation and distribution of interactive, play-specific Study Guides for Mid-South students and educators for many TSC productions.
TSC's The Taming of the Shrew
Pictured (left to right): David Rhea (multi-year veteran of TSC's Young Players Training Intensive) and Brian Sheppard
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