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Shakespeare at Winedale

Kristin Johnson, alumni of the 1987 and 1988 seasons, awaits her cue from the side-door of the Winedale stage during a 40th reunion performance. What started in 1970 as a UT English class in Shakespearean performance has blossomed into a rich theater tradition in Round Top, Texas. Each summer, students descend on the tiny town halfway between Houston and Austin, population 88, to perfect and perform three plays at the 19th century barn turned Elizabethan stage. In celebration of the 40th milestone, alumni of the program gathered at Round Top for a week long theater immersion and encore performance.

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Kristin Johnson, alumni of the 1987 and 1988 seasons, awaits her cue from the side-door of the Winedale stage during a 40th reunion performance.  What started in 1970 as a UT English class in Shakespearean performance has blossomed into a rich theater tradition in Round Top, Texas.  Each summer, students descend on the tiny town halfway between Houston and Austin, population 88, to perfect and perform three plays at the 19th century barn turned Elizabethan stage.  In celebration of the 40th milestone, alumni of the program gathered at Round Top for a week long theater immersion and encore performance.