Timothy Dalton has Stratford connections, having spent time in the Royal Shakespeare Company in the 1970s.
What does RSC stand for?
RSC stands for Royal Shakespeare Company
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of RSC
We have 496 other meanings of RSC in our Acronym Attic
- Roof System Component
- Root Server Confederation
- Rotary Shouldered Connection
- Rotational Slingshot Catapult
- Rotherham Sailing Club (UK)
- Rotterdams Studenten Corps (Dutch: Rotterdam Student Corps; Rotterdam, Netherlands)
- Rough Scad (FAO fish species code)
- Route Switch Controller (Cisco)
- Routing Setting Controller
- Royal Selangor Club (Malaysia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The former artistic director of the Royal Shakespeare Company has been knighted by the Queen.
The department is also giving the Royal Shakespeare Company PS125,000 to provide all state secondary schools with a free copy of its RSC Shakespeare Toolkit for Teachers, containing more than 60 hours of teaching resources on Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet and A Midsummer Night's Dream.
WELL done, The Journal, for highlighting the withdrawal of the Royal Shakespeare Company from Newcastle (The Journal, January 26).
The Theatre Royal in Newcastle has a close relationship with the Royal Shakespeare Company, co-hosting its Newcastle residency since 1977.
This performance of King Lear features the incredible cast of the Royal Shakespeare Company, including Ian McKellen as the star performer and stellar supporting members Frances Barber, William Gaunt, Sylvester McCoy, and Philip Winchester.
Other highlights include a return of the Royal Shakespeare Company with Othello; American playwright Arthur Miller's late classic The Price, and a production of J B Priestley's Evergreen comedy When We Are Married.
Offering a Modern English adaptation that utilizes a combination of model animation and traditional sketch work, enhanced with the dramatic voices of actors drawn from the Royal Shakespeare Company, the three volumes in this superbly crafted and presented series of 30-minute presentations of "The Canterbury Tales" will engage young minds and imaginations with respect to all of the core literary themes the stories embodied in the individual stories including greed, deception, betrayal, and lust.