Best of Santa Fe - Does the ISC win your vote?


First Folio February is over and it was a raging success!  We can't thank you enough for attending so many events and showing such fantastic support for all things Shakespeare. 

The ISC board members crawled under the covers and binge-watching Korean TV or anything-from-the-BBC-with-costumes for the first half of March.  But that doesn't mean there isn't lots on board for the rest of the year.  We have events planned out through 2017!

In the meantime though, we would be honored and delighted if you would nominate the International Shakespeare Center as the best non-profit in the Santa Fe Reporter’s annual competition for “Best of Santa Fe.”

Go to the link below; click “Local Living”; scroll to “Best Non-Profit”; then type in “International Shakespeare Center.”

No stuffing the electronic ballot box—you can only vote once per email address.

While you are there, also consider voting for:

  • Upstart Crows of Santa Fe in the “Best Youth Group” category (Local Living) - How can you resist 10-18 years olds performing full text Shakespeare?  Last year they did Julius Caesar and The Winter's Tale.  Look for Henry IV part 1 later this year.
  • Santa Fe Shakespeare Close Readers in the “Best Club” category (Arts & Entertainment). This is the most active Shakespeare close reading group in the country.  Right now the morning group is working through Titus Andronicus.  The afternoon group is doing a 'close-enough' read of Henry VI part 2.

You can follow the Best of Santa Fe 2016 at: @BestofSantaFe  #BOSF2016