Shakespeare & the Stage
Shakespearean theater through the eyes of literature
- 38 W Sierra Madre Blvd. Unit K, Sierra Madre, CA
In this course, students will learn about William Shakespeare’s plays, Elizabethan theater, and the greater theatrical context in which Shakespeare’s works are nestled. Students will engage with and perform monologues and scenes, experimenting with the language, staging, and style of Shakespeare. As we do close-readings and perform significant passages, we will learn stage directions, acting techniques, and improvisation. This course will also integrate modern retellings (such as film) that make these plays more accessible and grant insight into the universality of Shakespeare’s characters and plots. Join us as we bring his comedies, tragedies, and histories to the stage once more!
For camps, clients may cancel up to ONE WEEK before camp begins and receive a half refund. For tutoring sessions, clients may cancel up to ONE DAY before their appointment to receive a half refund. Cancellations made the day of tutoring appointments will not receive a refund. Cancelation of any course must be made in writing via email to email@example.com. If cancelation occurs on or before the 2nd class session of the month, tuition will be waived for that month. Should cancelation occur after the 2nd class session of the month, tuition for that month will still be applied. Thank you for your understanding.
38 West Sierra Madre Boulevard, Sierra Madre, CA, USA