Artistic Director, Kris Lundberg, founded the Shakespeare's Sister Company in 2008 to give female artists a venue to keep the great works of our literary heroines alive. Our patron saint is one of the world's greatest pioneers of the literary and intellectual community, Mrs. Virginia Woolf. In her essay "A Room of One's Own", she refers to herself as "Shakespeare's Sister." Mrs. Woolf represents the independent thinking and passion that our company exhibits.
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Mission: Formed in 2008, the Shakespeare's Sister Company is a New York City headquartered organization. We have stepped out in our community-at-large as an all-female nonprofit dedicated to empowering women through the theater in education and performance.
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