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Why does Shakespeare Fascinate Us?

On Sunday, November 10th, 2013, veteran high school teacher Mary Elizabeth Gray will talk about the life of Shakespeare, the men who have been proposed as authors of his plays, and a few of his most famous works. After Ms. Gray's short talk, our two British Universities Summer School Scholars, Christopher Cull from Lawrenceville School and Dana Day from Stuart Country Day School will entertain us with their experiences at the Globe Theatre in London and will also introduce us to some special and amusing acting exercises that are used to share the power of Shakespeare's words. This will also be an opportunity for other teachers in the area to learn about this next year's scholarships. The meeting will be held at the Kirby Arts Center of Lawrenceville School at 3.00 p.m. and will be followed by light refreshments.


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