Shakespeare is experienced all around the world. These were some sites that we just enjoyed diving in and exploring.
The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) uses their performances to unlock Shakespeare's plays, language, and life and times.
Internet Shakespeare Editions
From the University of Victoria, this site offers open-access, peer-reviewed resources about Shakespeare. Sections include his works, the plays in performance, and Shakespeare's life and times.
MIT Global Shakespeare Project
"Since 1992, The MIT Global Shakespeare Project has been constructing electronic environments and building tools for teaching and research based on digital copies of primary documents in all media, including texts, high resolution page images of early editions, digital collections of art, illustration and stage photographs, and film and performance videos."
Shakespeare for Kids
Fun and informative resources for kids and for Shakespeare beginners.
Shakespeare in American Life
From Folger Shakespeare Library, this site allows K-12 students and their teachers to understand the role Shakespeare's plays occupy in American life.
PBS series exploring the world of Shakespeare. "The films combine interviews with actors, directors and scholars, along with visits to key locations, clips from some of the most-celebrated film and television adaptations, and illustrative excerpts from the plays staged specially for the series at Shakespeare’s Globe in London."
Teaching Modules | Folger Shakespeare Library
"These modules have been created by classroom teachers and curated by the Folger Shakespeare Library."
Year of Shakespeare
Documents the 2012 World Shakespeare Festival.