Tuesday, October 19, from 6 to 8 p.m. ET
This class, with actor, director, and educator Kate Eastwood Norris, will give students an understanding that Shakespeare’s language contains much more than just words we might need to look up in a classical dictionary. It is also full of embedded structures that easily reveal not only definitions but delivery. Through discussion and occasional on your feet exploration of excepts from his plays, the way Shakespeare utilized rhetoric, meter and other poetic elements to create his gorgeous and enduring art is revealed. By exploring the manifestation and nature of these linguistic structures, students begin to recognize them within the text and what may have initially appeared as a long and complicated speech becomes an intriguing portrait of action, emotion, and meaning. One Tuesday: October 19, from 6 to 8 p.m. ET
Richard III (Folger Shakespeare Library), by William Shakespeare, (9781476786926)
The Oxford Shakespeare: The Complete Works, by William Shakespeare (9780199267170)
Kate Eastwood Norris is a multiple Helen Hayes Award winning actor, director and educator who has performed and taught Shakespeare consistently throughout her 27-year career. She also received an MFA in Shakespeare & Performance from Mary Baldwin University and an MA in Engaged Humanities with an emphasis in Jungian Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. Her greatest goal is to reveal to both students and audience members alike that no matter who they are or where they come from, Shakespeare can offer valuable insight into both their world and their personal experience.
REFUND POLICY: Please note that we can issue class refunds up until seven (7) days before the first class session.