In 2012, thirteen actor-scholars gathered in an old Masonic Building to build a company. These students were the first to pursue Mary Baldwin College’s MFA in Shakespeare and Performance under the new company model, a model in which the students were in charge of selecting a season, marketing, dramaturging, acting, directing, casting, writing, and budgeting for a company that they named Roving Shakespeare. As the twelve chapters in this book demonstrate, Roving Shakespeare and the company model forced them to collaborate in new ways and gave them a stronger understanding of scholarship and practice. These chapters represent the multi-faceted approach that governed the work of one MFA company throughout one year; they record the company’s successes and failures and share the information gained by working in this unique manner.
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