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Mission Statement

Formed in 2008, the Shakespeare's Sister Company is a New York City headquartered organization. We have stepped out into our community-at-large as a nonprofit dedicated to empowering children through theater education and young adults in professional development workshops, especially in disadvantaged communities.

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Artistic Director, Kris Lundberg, founded the Shakespeare's Sister Company in 2008 to empower youth through a creative curriculum and entertain audiences with powerful theater.

Our patron saint is one of the world's greatest pioneers of the literary and intellectual community, Mrs. Virginia Woolf.
Virginia Stephen Woolf (1882-1941), one of histories literary, theatrical and intellectual pioneers, serves as the patron saint of the Shakespeare's Sister Company. In her literary essay, "A Room of One's Own", Virginia wrote if Shakespeare had a sister who had his genius, she would not have been able to make use of it. Virginia Woolf represents the fearless independent thinking and progressive women's movement that the Shakespeare's Sister Company exhibits.

For testimonials from our esteemed colleagues and patrons, please visit our webpage or www.greatnonprofits.org.

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http://www.shakespearessister.org

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