The Folger offers a number of exciting opportunities for corporations, foundations, and individuals to support its celebrated public programs, award-winning educational programs, and important events through sponsorship.
For more information, contact:
Cari Romeu Mozur, Senior Development Officer for Individual Giving
(202) 548-8777 | firstname.lastname@example.org
- Folger Theatre: The 2017–18 season features Antony and Cleopatra, The Way of the World, The Winter's Tale, and a special engagement of Saint Joan.
- Folger Consort: The 2017–18 season will present a season of early music concerts that delve into the inherent theatricality of early music.
- O.B. Hardison Poetry Series: The 2017–18 series features readings by contemporary poetry's most eloquent voices.
- Shakespeare's Birthday Open House: The Folger's popular family festival is the one day of the year when all of the Folger, including the magnificent Reading Rooms, are open to all!
- Painting Shakespeare
(May 13, 2017 – February 11, 2018)
- Beyond Words: Book Illustration in the Age of Shakespeare
(February 11, 2018 – June 3, 2018)
- Form & Function: The Genius of the Book
(June 16, 2018 – September 23, 2018)
- Churchill's Shakespeare
(October 6, 2018 – January 6, 2019
- Shakespeare Steps Out introduces students in third to sixth grade to the life, times, and works of William Shakespeare, while developing academic, teamwork, and leadership skills using the Folger's acclaimed performance-based, multi-disciplinary approach.
- Folger Teaching Artists in the Schools provides a year-long Shakespeare education immersion program for high school students and their teachers. Activities include attending a Folger Theatre performance; working with a professional teaching artist to craft a production; and performing at the Shakespeare festival.
- Student Shakespeare Festivals engage students and teachers from the greater Washington area in developing their ownership of the language used in Shakespeare's plays, while giving students an opportunity to perform on the Folger's Elizabethan stage in front of an audience of their peers, families, and fans.