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SHAKESPEARE-SAN FRANCISCO Organization Name provided in the GuideStar Exchange* as of 05/02/2012: SHAKESPEARE-SAN FRANCISCO

Organization Name as listed in the IRS Business Master File as of 07/14/2014: SHAKESPEARE-SAN FRANCISCO

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AKA  San Francisco Shakespeare Festival
San Francisco, CA
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SHAKESPEARE-SAN FRANCISCO Organization Name provided in the GuideStar Exchange* as of 05/02/2012: SHAKESPEARE-SAN FRANCISCO

Organization Name as listed in the IRS Business Master File as of 07/14/2014: SHAKESPEARE-SAN FRANCISCO

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Also Known As: San Francisco Shakespeare Festival
Physical Address: San Francisco, CA 94146 0937
EIN: 94-2867269
Web URL: www.sfshakes.org 
NTEE Category: A Arts, Culture, and Humanities
A65 Theater
A Arts, Culture, and Humanities
A25 Arts Education/Schools
A Arts, Culture, and Humanities
A90 Arts Service Activities/Organizations
Ruling Year: 1994 


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Mission Statement

Established in 1983, The San Francisco Shakespeare Festival is dedicated to arts education, outreach, and audience development and uses the performance and teaching of Shakespeare's work to strengthen communities, and develop human potential.

Legitimacy Information

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Annual Revenue & Expenses (IRS Form 990, January 2012)

Fiscal Year Starting: January 01, 2012
Fiscal Year Ending: December 31, 2012

Total Revenue $1,181,811
Total Expenses $1,065,052

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Ms. Toby Leavitt

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Toby Leavitt, Executive Director for the San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, oversees all managerial, artistic, and educational functions for the Festival. She did her undergraduate work at the University of Chicago, and received her Masters from the University of Chicago Business School in 1997. Prior to joining the Festival in 1998, she served as General Manager for Chicago?s Court Theatre where she oversaw the theatre?s financial growth from a $1.6 million to $2.8 million annual budget, guided the theatre in developing a 5-year strategic plan to become the National Center for Classic Theatre, and managed the ensuing strategic growth of the organization. Prior to her four years with the Court, she worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago as Senior Editor and Director of Marketing Communications, and as founding partner and Producer of Win-One Productions, she initiated sales, publicity, advertising, public relations and marketing efforts for the theatre company. Her accomplishments in audience development have been recognized by the Arts Marketing Center of Chicago and the Marshall Fields Foundation. She has served as a management consultant for Chicago Opera Theater, the Piven Theater Workshop, Roadworks Theater Company and Lookingglass Theater Ensemble. She is currently a panelist for the San Francisco Art Commission?s Cultural Equity Initiatives Grant program.

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Programs

Program: Free Shakespeare in the Park (GuideStar Exchange,
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Program Description:

Free Shakespeare in the Park now presents professional productions of the Bard’s great plays in Bay Area public parks completely free of charge. Each summer, the selected play runs from July through September, visiting Pleasanton’s Amador Park and Cupertino’s Memorial Park before its traditional Labor Day weekend opening in San Francisco’s Presidio. Nearly 25,000 people around the Bay Area attend one of the 23 performances, often sharing a picnic on the lawn with family, friends, and neighbors prior to the show. As its name implies, Free Shakespeare in the Park generates no ticket revenue and is supported entirely by civic, foundation, corporate, and individual contributions.

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We brought 29 high-quality professional productions of Free Shakespeare in the Park to over 29,000 audience members in San Francisco, Pleasanton, Cupertino, and San Mateo.

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Program: Shakespeare On Tour (GuideStar Exchange,
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Shakespeare On Tour is the Festival’s statewide, in-school touring program which brings live professional theatre directly to students throughout California. A different play is selected each school year and performed in an abridged format of 55 minutes, designed to fit into a traditional class period. Tour productions are colorful, musical, and exciting. The Tour troupe of five professional actors travels the state in a van emblazoned with the Festival logo, bringing sets, props, costumes, and recorded music, which is often specially commissioned for the production. The Tour performs primarily at middle and high schools, but also visits many elementary schools as well as community colleges, libraries, and community centers from October to April. Since its inception in 1988, the Tour has visited between 150 and 350 schools per year from San Diego to Susanville, serving more than 2,000,000 California students. Our hands-on Playshops deepen the experience for an increasing number of students. The Festival’s full-time professional Education Director directs and supervises the tour, and develops a three-week curriculum guide indexed to state arts education standards as a valuable teaching resource.

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Program: Midnight Shakespeare (GuideStar Exchange,
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Midnight Shakespeare offers at-risk youth in under-served urban neighborhoods the opportunity to learn literature, communication skills, performance skills, discipline and teamwork through the study and performance of Shakespeare. Inspired by the renowned Midnight Basketball program, the goal of Midnight Shakespeare is to provide constructive and productive activities for at-risk youth during non-school hours in communities where few such opportunities exist. Current Midnight Shakespeare locations include the Civicorps Schools in West Oakland, Morrill Middle School in San Jose’s Berryessa district, Cadwallader Elementary School in San Jose’s Evergreen neighborhood, and Burton High School in San Francisco’s Visitacion Valley. More than 100 young people participated in the 2008 sessions.

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Program: Bay Area Shakespeare Camp (GuideStar Exchange,
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Bay Area Shakespeare Camps provide young people ages 4-18 with the opportunity to explore Shakespeare’s plays in a fun, supportive atmosphere while learning the skills necessary to perform them. Each two-week session is taught by skilled teachers and artists who instruct youngsters in morning workshops such as Voice and Movement, Production and Design, and Discovering Shakespeare. Skills learned are applied in their afternoon rehearsals of a Shakespeare play, which they perform on the last day of camp for family and friends. More than 800 children participate in the Camps each year. Thirty-five sessions at all ability levels were presented at various locations around the Bay Area in 2008.

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