Thank you for making [The Bardlings program] possible and for all you did to grow Will in his abilities this year! We are grateful
We were very cautious about covid and thought carefully before saying yes to MM's request to join. Throughout the semester and even now the Bardlings directors have exceeded our expectations and we sincerely appreciate your commitment to safety while still providing a vital outlet for MM.
Since his time with the Bardlings, Jermaine has taken a real love for acting and performing and he is actually really good at it. We have invested in acting, voice and tap lessons this year because he has decided that theater is what he wants to pursue as his career. Thank you so much for investing in him early. It was a great experience and a lasting one, especially performing at Goodwood with the flu in 2017. He really learned what "showtime" means.
Natallia loves being a part of Bardlings. Thank you for this opportunity for her to express herself, learn more about theater, and enjoy her fellow Bardlings. Much appreciated.
Bardlings was the BEST experience for CC (and our family) during these crazy times....She just LOVED working with all of the company.
The Bardlings’ Spring 2022 performance at the Southern Shakespeare Festival in Cascade’s Park will bring audiences back to Shakespeare’s true works with the infamous, Romeo & Juliet. This abridged version of the star crossed lovers’ tale will showcase The Bardlings’ technical ability to create productions that bring traditional Shakespeare to life for all ages.
Along with bi-weekly rehearsals at Making Light Productions and two professional level performances, The Bardlings all encompassing year long educational program offers a variety of workshops and community theater based field trips. The Bardling members also have opportunities to perform in local projects with partners such as WFSU and Oasis Center for Women and Girls.