Hamlet and Grief | Breaking Bard Episode 16

https://radiopublic.com/breaking-bard-a-ripe-good-scholar-G3DxPV/s1!95126   Hello, and welcome to another episode of Breaking Bard, I’m your host Sara. You may have noticed a distinct lack of a cold open. That is because this episode is very long and my fluff was deemed unnecessary...by me. On today’s episode I am joined by Dr. Lisa Grogan, a clinical psychologist and... Continue Reading →

A Midsummer Night’s Dream: A Peek into Elizabethan Theatre

Occasionally, Shakespeare gives us a glimpse into what life was like in Elizabethan England. A Midsummer Night's Dream may offer a look into what the theatre was like during Shakespeare's time through the dysfunctional group of actors. The few short scenes that feature the actors show us the collaborative nature of the theatre from casting... Continue Reading →

It's not often that we get the opportunity to see an actor from Shakespeare's Globe in London here in Cincinnati, Ohio, but we had that opportunity today. Cincinnati Shakespeare Company invited Scott Brooksbank from the Globe to present interactive retellings of Romeo & Juliet and Macbeth. I was fortunate enough to attend one of the... Continue Reading →

Activity Idea: Clapping Out the Rhythm

I know this activity has been done in many a classroom and children's theater group, but I think it deserves some more recognition. There is plenty of research to support how beneficial hands-on activities can be for children's learning. Kids are so tactile and exploratory by nature that these types of activities can help the... Continue Reading →

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