Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Thought is Free. And so is Shakespeare on the Green.

"Thought is Free." The Tempest Act III Scene II

Do you know what else is Free?.... Shakespeare On The Green, of course, but also the wonderful supplementary programs that Nebraska Shakespeare provides in Elmwood park each summer. The one I want to elaborate on today is Nebraska Shakespeare's Scholars Forum.

What do people think of when they hear Scholars Forum???...



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Ok, so the baby is a little cute, but other than that, most people hear the word "Scholar" and they run for the hills or get ready for a good nap.

But this Scholars Forum that is sponsor by the Nebraska Humanities Council is not like that at all. 

 It is more like...



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Ok, well there isn't a whole lot of jumping during the forums, but there is engaging conversation, hilarious anecdotes and great behind-the-scenes conversation.  Here are just a few of the Scholars Forum topics.
Get ready to start jumping.



Scholars Forums 2013 Topics



The Return of Two Minute Shakespeare!! 


 Direction of Twelfth Night 

Twelfth Night as Love Triangle 

Twelfth Night as a Musical 

Direction of Titus Andronicus 

Stage Combat- From Carnage to Campy 

The Andronici Family 

Shakespeare and the Silver screen 

Titus Themes-Shakespeare on Revenge and Violence 

Twelfth Night's Clowning, drinking and revelry! 

2013 Nebraska Shakespeare Designer Night 

Titus Andronicus: The Goths 

Nebraska Shakespeare Education Programming









So you are hooked now, right?
You can't wait to arrive to Elmwood Park at 6:30pm for the nightly Scholars Forums?

Oh, the ANTICIPATION!!!


Well only a few more weeks to go.  Shakespeare On The Green Countdown....

36 more days!!
Have a Great Wednesday!!
Sarah Carlson-Brown
Director of Education


"He was a scholar, and a ripe and good one;
Exceeding wise, fair-spoken, and persuading:
Lofty and sour to them that loved him not;
But to those men that sought him sweet as summer." Henry Viii Act IV Scene II



Read more about how to take part in all of the events surrounding Shakespeare On The Green HERE.

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