Herold, Neils, “In the Service of Time,” The Observer (an inmate newsletter), Luther Luckett Correctional Complex, June 2011.
Herold, Neils, “Prison Shakespeare,” Cambridge Guide to the Worlds of Shakespeare, Vol. 2, Cambridge University Press, forthcoming, 2015.
Herold, Neils, “Movers and Losers: Shakespeare in Charge and Shakespeare behind Bars,” Chapter 9 in Native Shakespeare, ed. Dionne, Craig and Parmita Kapadia, 2008.
TEDx Macatawa Speakers Announced, Shakespeare Behind Bars Founder Curt L. Tofteland will be one of sixteen speakers at the TEDx Macatawa event. The theme of the salon is “Do more good.” The title to Curt’s speech is “The Quality of Mercy”, March 8, 2012
Kentucky inmates turned actors explore selves through Shakespeare play, Sean Rose, The Courier-Journal, June 16, 2011 (pdf)
Shakespeare Behind Bars is featured on the front page of the Courier-Journal! The article is the culmination of 7 months of visits this season to the SBB circle/MERCHANT rehearsals by reporter Sean Rose and photographer/videographer Matt Stone.
Shakespeare’s works used to educate, rehabilitate, Tony Sauro, Stockton (CA) Record, March 23, 2011
On March 23rd, Curt screened the Shakespeare Behind Bars documentary and facilitated an audience talkback with professors and students at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, CA. This was Curt’s second visit to the University of the Pacific campus.
Performing Prisoners: Conservatory Alumnus Prepares Incarcerated for Life After Prison – Webster University Journal
A Chance for Prisoners to Act Like Human Beings, Wendy Jason, Change.org, December 2010