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Overseeing the Guild and its efforts
Supervising The Shakespeare Guild and its activities is a distinguished BOARD OF DIRECTORS whose members have done notable work in fields as varied as arts management (Letitia Chambers and Janet A. Denton), communications (Walda W. Roseman), diplomacy (Esther Coopersmith), law (Andrew F. Oehmann), philanthropy and theater production (Barbara G. Hammerman), humanities leadership (Leeds Barroll), and writing, filmmaking, and administration (Mark Olshaker).

Assisting them and Guild president John Andrews is an eminent ADVISORY COUNCIL that supplies perspectives from such professions as visual art and acting (Clive Francis and Michael Learned), cultural affairs, diplomacy, and civic education (Marifrancis Hardison and Sherry L. Mueller), directing and producing (Janet Alexander Griffin, Melinda Hall, Jeffrey Horowitz, and John Miller), interpretation and commentary (Peggy O'Brien), marketing and public relations (Stephen Browning, Jan Du Plain, and Michael A. Rosenberg), scriptwriting (Ken Ludwig), and television and radio (Robert Aubry Davis, Robert MacNeil, and Susan Stamberg).

The Guild also benefits from the support and advice it obtains from the luminaries who've received Gielgud trophies, participated in award ceremonies or Speaking of Shakespeare dialogues, sponsored or co-sponsored events, and collaborated on ventures that have taken the Guild to such storied venues as the Arts Club of Washington, the British Embassy, the Dacor Bacon House, the Folger Shakespeare Library, the National Press Club, the Shakespeare Theatre Company, the University Club, the Washington Club, and the Woman's National Democratic Club in the Nation's Capital, the Barrymore Theatre, the English-Speaking Union, Lincoln Center, the National Arts Club, The Players, the Princeton Club, and the Schimmel Center in New York, and BAFTA, the Gielgud Theatre, the Guildhall, and Middle Temple Hall in London.