RSC America is an independent organisation based in New York that supports the activities of the RSC in the UK, the United States and throughout the world.
The RSC has a long history with America. Our productions regularly tour to the US like the RSC's New York summer residency in 2011, US tour of Gregory Doran's highly praised Julius Caesar in 2013, First Encounter productions for young people and Antony and Cleopatra, presented in collaboration with New York's Public Theater and Miami's GableStage in 2014.
RSC America is an independent organisation based in New York, established as tax exempt under IRS 501(c)(3). It supports the activities of the RSC in the UK, the US and throughout the world. The RSC America Board periodically reviews grant proposals from the RSC and distributes funds to support it. Recently, RSC America supported the capital campaign to transform our theatres, new work, the Literary Department and general operating costs. Make a donation.
Introductions to the work of the RSC and an invitation to join us from Artistic Director Gregory Doran and Executive Director Catherine Mallyon.
The RSC is passionate about maintaining and deepening the modern world's connection to Shakespeare.
The RSC is now transplanting its Stand Up For Shakespeare philosophy and practice to US schools, in collaboration with American educators.
Find out about the history of the special relationship that has existed, and continues to exist, between America, Shakespeare and the RSC.
Find out how to get in touch with RSC America.