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ENCORES: ‘Sense & Sensibility’ performed by Folger Theatre (2016)

Folger Public Programs is pleased to present ENCORES, a weekly online series highlighting past performances and recalling the rich history of programming on the historic Folger stage. This week, enjoy a selection from Folger Theatre’s ‘Sense and Sensibility’ (2016).





ENCORES: ‘The Bard and The Duke’ Lecture by Maurice Jackson (2017)

Folger Public Programs is pleased to present ENCORES, a weekly online series highlighting past performances and recalling the rich history of programming on the historic Folger stage. See an excerpt of Maurice Jackson’s lecture “The Bard and the Duke,” part of our Free Folger Friday series.


ENCORES: ‘As You Like It’ produced by Folger Theatre (2017)

Folger Public Programs presents ENCORES, a weekly online series highlighting past performances and recalling the rich history of programming on the historic Folger stage. See a clip of ‘As You Like It’ from Folger Theatre’s 2017 production.


ENCORES: A selection from the O. B. Hardison ‘Afrofuturism’ reading (2019)

Folger Public Programs is pleased to present ENCORES, a weekly online series highlighting past performances and recalling the rich history of programming on the historic Folger stage. Enjoy a selection read by Tananarive Due from her upcoming novel, ‘The Reformatory.’



ENCORES: ‘Shakespeare’s Virtues’ Lecture by Julia Reinhard Lupton (2018)

Folger Public Programs is pleased to present ENCORES, a weekly online series highlighting past performances and recalling the rich history of programming on the historic Folger stage. See an excerpt of Julia Reinhard Lupton’s lecture “Shakespeare’s Virtues,” the 2018 Shakespeare Birthday Lecture.


ENCORES: ‘Not Just Another Day Off’ (2018)

Folger Public Programs is pleased to present ENCORES, a weekly online series highlighting past performances and recalling the rich history of programming on the historic Folger stage. Enjoy a selection of readings by James Johnson, Lauren K. Alleyne, and Jericho Brown from 2018’s ‘Not Just Another Day Off’ event.