Posted March 13th, 2012 by Sylvia Morris

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A Summer School in Italy to inspire teachers, students and Shakespeare enthusiasts

James Stredder finds a wealth of  exciting approaches to teaching the plays and poems in plans for   the ‘Shakespeare in Italy  Summer School’, which will take place in Urbino from the 12th to the 26th July and which will feature three leading Shakespearian directors and performers, Bill Alexander, Michael Pennington and Martin Best. The careers of each include many years of work with the Royal Shakespeare Company. Bill Alexander and Michael Pennington will lead work on ‘The Merchant of Venice’ and ‘Romeo and Juliet’, respectively, and Martin Best will perform his lecture-recital, ‘Shakespeare’s Music Hall’ – and teach a seminar on the Sonnets. The tutor for the third ‘Italian’ play on this year’s programme, Much Ado About Nothing’, will be confirmed in the near future.   READ ON…


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