Join us for our Shakespeare streaming online festival through January 6, 2022. Our Shakespeare online performances are sure to inspire.
If you are in the mood for Shakespeare, but cannot bear to step outside in the frigid winter cold to see a performance, fear not! Sweet Tea Shakespeare’s Sweet TeaV Stream Fest streaming festival will keep you warm this winter with an exciting schedule of Shakespeare online, early modern theatre, and our signature preshow music online for your enjoyment.
Netflix not scratching your itch? Snag your favorite beverage and join us for Shakespeare and chill.
All performances are broadcast on our website throughout the holiday season and are completely free through January 6, 2022. After the festival closes, our main stage performances will only be available to our Members.
Our online festival will warm your heart.
SHAKESPEARE ONLINE FESTIVAL | EARLY MODERN, RESTORATION, AND SHAKESPEARE STREAMING
This year’s winter festival features over 50 productions and more than 100 hours of entertainment, including Sweet Tea Shakespeare productions of Knight’s Tale: Shakespeare and Fletcher’s The Two Noble Kinsmen, Much Ado About Nothing, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Winter’s Tale, Romeo & Juliet, Green Tea Youth Company productions of The Sea Voyage and Romeo & Juliet, several “bootleg” concerts by our house band, The Worshipful Company of Spectacle Makers, our Enneagram & Shakespeare podcast and stream series, and a number of Zoom performances of plays from Shakespeare’s contemporaries and the Restoration period.
Sweet Tea Shakespeare began in 2012 as a production company dedicated to finding the best way for Shakespeare and other classic work to reach a broad audience. While Shakespeare is perhaps the most performed playwright of all time, a large number of works cannot be accessed by audiences who don’t want to travel during the evening, folks with limited transportation, hard of hearing patrons, and others.
Sweet TeaV seeks to change this by taking Shakespeare online and making it accessible and affordable for anyone with an internet connection. Sweet TeaV Stream Fest makes our productions available, with transcripts, throughout the season. In addition to Shakespeare, we also offer our live music concerts, preshows, and an array of early modern and Restoration performances, many of which are rarely performed.
DIGITAL PASSPORT | SHAKESPEARE ONLINE FESTIVAL
We’re offering a unique digital passport offer. For viewers who subscribe to Sweet Tea Shakespeare on YouTube, comment on each video they view with a short, constructive review, and share on their social platforms with the hashtags #sweetteashakes #streaming #sweetteav #streamfest, Sweet Tea Shakespeare offers a series of serious swag.
For every 10 reviews, we’ll offer prizes, including STS stickers, t-shirts, scarves, our hallmark mason jar, and more.
So, what are you waiting for?
Sweet TeaV Stream Fest is supported by a grant from the Arts Council of Fayetteville | Cumberland County, the North Carolina Arts Council, and, in part, by contributions from the City of Fayetteville, Cumberland County, and other community partners.
Become a Sweet Tea Shakespeare Member and enjoy digital access all year long starting at just $5 a month. Patreon.com/sweetteashakes
See our catalog playlist here.
Green Tea Youth Company
Live Streams – Enneagram & Shakespeare
SHAKESPEARE ONLINE FESTIVAL | SWEET TEA-V STREAM FEST
Tune in every weekday throughout the holiday season on our website for delicious streaming content.
Sweet Tea Shakespeare gathers diverse communities around a common table to delight in the magic of story, song, and stagecraft.
About the Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County: The Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County serves more than 330,000 residents of Fayetteville and Cumberland County. Since 1973, the Arts Council has ensured growth in our children’s education, our community’s cultural identity, and our economic progress. The Arts Council’s grants, programs, and services are funded in part by contributions from businesses and individuals and through grants from the City of Fayetteville, Cumberland County, and the North Carolina Arts Council, with additional funding from the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural & Cultural Resources.