February 8, 11 pm


“The Kids Are Alright?: Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet, and Youth Culture.”

Lecture by Dr. Johnathan Sircy, Charleston Southern University


Jonathan Sircy joined the CSU faculty in 2011. He earned his PhD from the University of South Carolina and his MA from the University of Kentucky. He specializes in and teaches British early modern literature and is currently working on a project about faith integration, pedagogy, and Christian discipleship. He has written about Shakespeare, Spenser, Milton and David Foster Wallace, and his work has appeared in Renaissance Papers, Milton Quarterly and Shakespeare Bulletin.


​Free to the public.

February 14 at 7:00 pm  : 

The Most Excellent and Lamentable Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, ​by Wm. Shakespeare


​​         ​Performed by the touring company of the American Shakespeare Center.

​       Location: Historic Winyah Auditorium, 1200 Highmarket Street, Georgetown, SC


​       General Admission: $35

February 15, afternoon,


Workshops with the ASC


Workshops on everything from stage combat to make-up artistry conducted by the cast and crew of the American Shakespeare Center.


​By invitation. 


Inquiries: (843) 520-4359.

2017 Schedule of Events


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