Woman's Shakespeare Club
The Woman’s Shakespeare Club, one of the eleven charter clubs that founded the Woman’s Club in 1923, is a group of women who make “much ado” about Shakespeare. We choose a Shakespearean play annually to study, read aloud, share knowledge, critique, discuss, and expound. “As you like,” we visit Shakespearean plays, take day trips to lectures, and exhibitions, and have formal tea as we study. You don’t have to know a thing about Shakespeare, just have a curious mind. You’ll love the intellect, the ardent passion of characters, the contrast of the “infectious pestilence” and “love’s labour’s lost.” When you study Shakespeare “measure for measure,” you’ll find “all’s well that ends well.” Yes, we do have fun!
One of the original 11 charter clubs that founded The Woman's Club of Fort Worth in 1923.