Tackling Shakespeare

Presented by: Michelle Hale

Michelle Hale received a B.A. in Foreign Affairs from The University of Virginia and a M.A. in Comparative Literature from Brigham Young University. She also has 25 years of experience with the performing arts as an amateur dramatist, vocalist, and director. A dedicated member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, she finds the greatest enjoyment in learning with her children and students and serving in her community and church. Michelle and her husband, Steve, live in Virginia with their five children.

“Whenever I read Shakespeare, I fall asleep,” a student once said. For those of you who suffer or know someone who suffers from Shakespearean narcolepsy, this is the class for you. Leave your pillows behind and come geared up to pitch puns, hurl 17th century insults, and wield a sword. Be ready to experience love at first sight, magic, madness, betrayal, and tragic multiple deaths. In the end, your fears of teaching Shakespeare will be conquered and your students will be quoting the Bard for the rest of their lives.


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