Pacific Power Foundation grant

Thank you to the Pacific Power Foundation for a $3,000 grant to help us reinstate our Anti-Bullying program in local schools. Pictured (from left to right): Beth Kreger, Bill Clemens, Elizabeth Humphrey.

Our Programs

Living With Shakespeare

“Living With Shakespeare” is an in-school residency program that works alongside approved high school curricula introducing students to the language and history of William Shakespeare.

Shakespeare & Anti-Bullying

“Shakespeare & Anti-Bullying” meets state-approved requirements for 6th–8th grade students with a fun, fast 45-minute version of Twelfth Night, and in-class workshops.

Live Theater

Shakespeare Walla Walla brings Shakespeare to the Walla Walla Valley through performances of Shakespearean works as well as other, Shakespeare-inspired theatrical performances.

Shakespeare Festival

Our vision for the future includes a Summer Shakespeare Festival with multiple performances by local and regional companies.

Dia de los Muertos

The annual family-friendly community festival celebrates Hispanic arts and culture each autumn through music, art, dance, theater, and food.

Summer Camps

Camps run June through August and most are available for ages 9 through adult. Program areas include Improvisation, Stage Fighting, Shakespeare, and Musical Theater.

Our Mission
Shakespeare Walla Walla is a local 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that aims to make Shakespeare and theater approachable and entertaining to students in eastern Washington and Oregon.
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The Merchant of Venice (2013) photo

The Merchant of Venice (2013)

2013 Dia de los Muertos Festival photo

1st Annual Dia de los Muertos Festival (2013)

2016 Dia de los Muertos Festival photo

4th Annual Dia de los Muertos Festival (2016)