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On Tour

Our touring productions hope to welcome and inspire audiences at every level of experience to the wonderful possibilities contained within classic plays.

ASOLO REPERTORY THEATRE presents an FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training Production

2019 On Tour: Romeo & Juliet

By William Shakespeare

  • Adapted & Directed by Tyler Dobrowsky
  • Touring Schools and Community Venues: September 24 - November 23

Please click below to reserve for Fall 2019


““Love is heavy and light, bright and dark, hot and cold, sick and healthy, asleep and awake- its everything except what it is! ”   William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet

About the Tour

Presented by Asolo Rep and the FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training, the annual educational tour brings exciting 45-minute adaptations of classic literature to schools and community venues throughout the state of Florida. Shakespeare’s original language comes alive through energetic contemporary staging, performed by the talented young artists of the FSU/Asolo Conservatory.

Each performance is followed by a discussion period with the cast.

What Is A Tour Performance Like?

The production is professionally staged with a cast of eleven, but designed with minimal technical requirements so it can perform in a variety of venues. In 60 minutes our artists present a fast-paced performance, immediately followed by a post-show discussion with the cast. Educational resources, including a production guide and video resources for classrooms, address Florida and Next Generation Sunshine State Standards.

Who Should See This Production?

This production is conceived to reach school, college, and community groups, and is recommended for grades 6 and up. This adaptation will provide an accessible introduction to live Shakespeare performance for first-time audiences, but the imaginative and theatrical staging will also delight and enrich students who have already studied Shakespeare's work. Our touring productions hope to welcome and inspire audiences at every level of experience to the wonderful possibilities contained within classic plays.

Are Any Performances Open To The Public?


For dates of public performances see below.

Tour Dates

October 17 at 8pm
The Glenridge Performing Arts Center
7333 Scotland Way Sarasota, FL 34238
Tickets: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?ticketing=gpac

November 8, 7pm 
Weekend College @ State College of Florida at Lakewood Ranch  
7131 Professional Parkway East, Lakewood Ranch
941.363.7000; www.scf.edu 

November 13 at 8pm 
Florida Theatre Conference at Santa Fe College 
3000 NW 83 Street, Gainesville 
727.544.8915; www.flatheatre.org 

November 17 
3pm entry; 3:30pm performance 
Shakespeare in Nature at Bay Preserve 
400 Palmetto Avenue, Osprey 
Reservations required: 941.918.2100; www.conservationfoundation.com/events 


Classroom Resources

Look below for our Production Guide, a resource and activity tool for Students and Teachers about the show, text, themes, and history.

Romeo and Juliet Production guide

Meet Our Cast! Watch our Webisodes to learn more about our production and creative team.




Contact Us

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2019 On Tour is made possible, in part, with support from