What a clever and interesting way of interacting with characters. I may try this with my students and have some fun trying this activity too. 🙂
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For the next installment of this series, I wanted to focus on a few characters out of Shakespeare with whom I would like to spend a couple of hours eating, drinking, and talking. I have loved Shakespeare’s plays and poetry for much of my life. I have acted in and directed some of his work, and I have studied and taught his writing, so I would be thrilled to be able to speak to some of his characters.
I would have Hamlet, Henry V, and Macbeth as my guests. I imagine we would meet in an English tavern and have a basic meal and beer. I hope that my royal attendees would not mind not having a grand meal; I am reasonably sure that Henry V and Hamlet spent a fair amount of time in such modest places before their respective plays begin, and as a Scot and…
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Thank you so much for the reblogging!
You’re welcome. 🙂
I think this would be a wonderful exercise. How old are your students?
My students are middle schoolers and range from 11 to 14. 🙂