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Class: Junior Actor Training Sunday July 8 2018 at 10:00 AM

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Junior Actor Training (Students 11-14 Years Old) July 8-14

Taught by professional Festival actors, this week-long camp is for all emerging thespians wanting experience in voice, stage combat, improvisation, and scene work. Tuition includes dormitory accommodations, all meals, and tickets to six plays.

Class: Teaching Shakespeare Monday July 9 2018 at 10:00 AM

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Teaching Shakespeare (for Both English and Theatre Educators)

Teaching Shakespeare is aimed at providing active and engaging classroom approaches to language arts teachers and others who teach Shakespeare's text. The class will help you get out from behind t he desk and explore theatre techniques to hook student engagement with Shakespeare's text. Tuition includes tickets to four plays.

Class: Theatre Methods for Elementary Thursday July 12 2018 at 10:00 AM

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Festival Education Director Michael Bahr explores methods of developing and implementing Shakespeare and theatre arts programs as a tool for varied curriculum. Topics include instructional games, script adaptation, and tips on how to mount a play with limited time and resources. Tuition includes classroom materials, special sessions with Fesitval actors, and a ticket to one play.

Class: Actor Training Monday July 16 2018 at 10:00 AM

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Actor Training (Students 14-17 Years Old) July 16-21

This week-long camp taught by professional Festival actors is focused on developing audtioning and acting skills in Shakespeare, including text analysis and performance techniques. Tuition includes dormitory accommodations, all meals, and tickets to six plays.

Class: Advanced Actor Training Monday July 16 2018 at 10:00 AM

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Actor Training (Students 18 and Up) July 23-28 Taught by Festival actors, this intensive week-long camp provides an advanced study of Shakespeare, including training in scene work, text analysis, voice, and stage combat. Tuition includes dormitory accommodations, all meals, and tickets to six plays.

Class: Theatre Methods for Secondary Monday July 16 2018 at 10:00 AM

Education Department
Festival Education Director Michael Bahr explores methods of developing and implementing Shakespeare and theatre arts programs as a tool for varied curriculum. Topics include instructional games, script adaptation, and tips on how to mount a play with limited time and resources. Tuition includes classroom materials, special sessions with Fesitval actors, and a ticket to one play.

Class: Directing Shakespeare Monday July 23 2018 at 10:00 AM

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Directing Shakespeare is designed for educators and directors who are interested in studying acting and directing of Shakespeare's works. Noted instructors guide participants through the preparation and performance of Shakespearean monologues, scenes, and directing labs. Tuition includes tickets to four plays.