Virginia Insight
4:00 pm
Thu July 24, 2014

Camping with Shakespeare

Remember summer camp when you were a kid?  What if, even though you’re now all grown up, you could not only experience all the fun of summer camp, but also got to walk away with a new perspective on life based on the plays of William Shakespeare ?

Some folks who have been doing just that have agreed to tell us all about it.

Guests:

Ralph Alan Cohen, PhD - Director of Mission and Co-Founder of the American Shakespeare Center  and Blackfriars Playhouse, based in Staunton, Virginia.  The Gondar Professor of Shakespeare and Renaissance Literature at Mary Baldwin College.  Author of  ShakesFear and How to Cure It: A Handbook for Teaching Shakespeare (Prestwick House).

Cass Morris, M.Litt.  -  Manager of Academic Resources at the American Shakespeare Center.

Julie Plumbley, M.D. - A medical pathologist from Virginia. Participant in the American Shakespeare Center’s weeklong trainings known as the No Kidding Shakespeare Camp.

Additional Contributors:
 

Tom Delise - A high school English teacher from Maryland.   Participant in the American Shakespeare Center’s weeklong trainings known as the No Kidding Shakespeare Camp.

Robin Furnish - A homeschooling mother of three from Pennsylvania.  Participant in the most recent of the American Shakespeare Center’s weeklong trainings known as the No Kidding Shakespeare Camp.

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