New! Shakespeare's Men and Women: The Language of Relationships
Two actors come to your classes and perform scenes from JULIUS CAESAR, HAMLET, and OTHELLO; options for other plays are possible.
The actors explore with your students how Shakespeare’s
language creates the relationships and conflicts between characters within the
scene. We examine the nature of the
conflict, the relative status of the two characters involved, the power shifts
within the scene, and the resolution of the conflict from each character’s
perspective. Students will have the chance to play with these scenes themselves,
using the language with their own perspective.
Men and Women offers a powerful opportunity for your students to work
closely with Shakespeare’s texts and characters in this exciting
performance-workshop setting; up-close and personal!
Length of performance/workshop: 90 minutes
Cost per performance/workshop: $500. Multiple bookings available at a discount.
Call Linda Lowy at 617-734-3477 for information and
bookings, or email firstname.lastname@example.org