Throughout Montana the talented and riveting group of Samuel Ashdown, Patrick Budde, Sean Driscoll, Ty Fanning, Kyle Geissler, Kristin Hammargren, Cassandra Quinn, and Danielle Wineman perform beloved Shakespeare plays in hopes to open students up to the wonderful world of theater. This year they performed A Midsummer Nights Dream for many schools throughout the state, including SGCHS. In their rendition of the play they visualize the story for their audience in a captivating and fun way. After they performed, the group held workshops for all of the students. In these workshops students had the opportunity to learn about Shakespeare literature, acting, and various other activities. Montana Shakespeare in the Parks made their first educational outreach in 1993, with a two actor tour acting out small scenes with limited costumes later transforming into an eight member professional tour who perform a complete play with outstanding props and costumes. The Montana Shakespeare in the School program is a great opportunity for all schools and students to become involved with, it will help students understand the difficult language of shakespeare and see the beauty in his literature. They will be returning to SGCHS next year to once again offer even more great opportunities.