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The Sweet Tea Shakespeare Hours

Welcome to The Sweet Tea Shakespeare Hours. Think of the Hours as a way to pass the time around a common table of ideas inspired by Shakespeare, theatre, and each other. But it’s also so much more than that. We’re a community seeking to delight in story, song, and stagecraft even as we confront a world of change and challenge.

Our episodes are feasts of careful study, adventuresome radio dramas, music, original writing, and explorations of texts, moments, and people.

The Sweet Tea Shakespeare Hours are available for regular download on most podcast services, including Spotify, Apple, and Google podcasts.

We frequently host live, streaming editions of our podcasts on our social media platforms, including, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Make sure to follow these accounts so that you know the second we go live. The great thing about these live streams is that we can engage in an ongoing conversation with you as they happen. You may also wish to join our online community on Facebook.

These podcasts, streams, and shows are only possible because of regular support from our monthly sustainers and patrons. Please consider making a monthly pledge on Patreon. With options beginning at just $5 and plenty of great perks, you’ll find a great way to join the STS family.

You can always contact The Sweet Tea Shakespeare Hours at [email protected]

Our Digital "Stage"

Explore our catalog of online and streaming offerings.

Sweet Tea Shakespeare is committed to gathering diverse, national and global communities around a common table to delight in the magic of story, song, stagecraft, and each other. To achieve this goal, STS produces four series of video and audio podcasts, each with a unique goal.

The Offerings

Audio dramas, readings, concerts, conversations, interviews, and streaming productions of well-loved Shakespeare classics, overlooked early modern, Restoration gems, and more.  Drawing together a wide community of professional actors and students of the arts, these productions celebrate universal stories of love, tragedy, society, politics, and family.