What We Do
Our professional theatre artists and educators are your personal resource for supplemental videos, Shakespeare instruction, and interactive engagement. Click through the slides below to see how we can help you develop fun and unique resources for your students!
Who We Are
Take a look at our eclectic group of artists and educators. With Stratford Up-On-Line, you'll find videos and study guides from these renowned artists and can also commission them to work personally with you or your students!
Our Artist Educators
Meet our Teaching Artist Faculty. They are available for private lessons, one-on-one coaching, and custom material!
Aidan trained at RADA (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art) in London and has worked all over the world. In the US, Aidan has played leading roles at the American Shakespeare Center, Shake on the Lake, Marin Shakespeare, among others. Aidan is also the Artistic Director of Blue Fox Theatre. Specialities: Shakespeare, Acting
Moneé Stamp attended Savannah College of Art and Design ( BFA) and Ohio University (MFA). After her College career Moneé has managed to juggle owning her own business, freelancing and fighting for the rights of people of color. “I aspire to learn, create art, have fun, and make memories that last a lifetime." Her credits include, The African Company presents Richard III (Lighting Designer, Titan Theatre Company), La Pucelle (Lighting Designer, The Tank NYC).
Margaret (Maggie) Gayford is a puppeteer, actor, and designer, currently working out of the greater Buffalo, NY area. They have performed, stage managed, and production assisted for Shake on the Lake since 2013. A 2018 graduate of University of North Carolina School of the Arts with a BFA in Acting, Maggie was a 2018 Kenan Fellow at Lincoln Center Education, learning the aesthetic education method of teaching artistry and developing their love for puppetry.
Braxton is an actor from Texarkana, Texas, currently residing in Little Rock, Arkansas. Through his passion for political discourse and reverence for social justice, he aims to pay homage to the traditional roots of the craft, while keying in on the importance of the political themes and undertones within Musical Theatre and Shakespeare performance. He moves to bring culturally diverse perspectives to forms of performance art that were not traditionally meant for certain subgroups to have access to or perform. Lastly, his work not only solves to reach clarity of Musical Theatre and Shakespeare for diverse audiences through a layman’s perspective but provides representation that relays the fact these art forms are accessible to both the modern and the minority population. Specialities: Theatre Performance, Speech & Debate
Originally from Little Rock, Arkansas, Chad is a director, actor, and composer based out of New York City. Chad is a member of Actor’s Equity Association and has had the privilege to work all across the country. Chad is currently the Associate Artistic Director for Shake on the Lake Shakespeare. Chad has acted Off-Broadway in NYC, regionally, and and with 5 different National Tours.
Tre' is a graduate of the University of Arkansas, Little Rock with a degree in Theatre. Tre' has worked across the country at theatres like the Arkansas Repertory Theatre, Shake on the Lake, Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre, and others. Specialities: Acting