We invite all schools serving Grades 9-12 in our area to participate in the 2016 Shakespeare Competition. In this program, high school students nationwide read, analyze, perform and recite Shakespearean monologues and sonnets in as many as three qualifying stages: school, community (ESU Branch) and national levels. This year the National Finals are on Monday, May 2, at Lincoln Center in New York City.
Learn more about the competition HERE
Sign-up your school with the ESU Niagara Frontier/ Buffalo Branch by January 13, 2016. To register, please complete the School Participation Form.
Contact: Albert Franco email@example.com
2016 local winner Abigail Hopkins and her mentor, Susan Drozd, from Buffalo Seminary
Nicole Benner, Tracey Clark, Abigail Hopkins, Ateang Deng, Stephanie Moran
Contestants, mentors, and Al Franco, organizer of ESU Niagara Frontier/Buffalo
The English Speaking Union of the United States is a non-profit, non-political educational organization, whose mission is to celebrate English as a shared language to foster global understanding and good will by providing educational and cultural opportunities for students, educators, and members. Founded in 1920 by Sir Evelyn Wrench, the ESU carries on its work through a network of nearly 70 U.S. Branches, affiliates in the United Kingdom, and some 50 other countries, sponsoring a variety of language and international education programs.
December 1, 7:00 pm, The Buffalo History Museum
Come to this charity fundraiser to see your favorite local celebrities compete over who can give the best “Shakespeare”!
For accounts of previous competitions, see:
And for more information, follow https://ppgbuffalo.org/