"The only way we're going to make Shakespeare resonate now is if it's honest and truthful."
In this exclusive workshop, students are encouraged to challenge character stereotypes by exploring the relationship between language and gender and experimenting with various ways of approaching the female roles in Othello and Macbeth using techniques such as ‘ghosting’, improvisation and tableaux.
Created in association with the Lyric Hammersmith and hosted by Marilyn Rice, Producer of Education at the Lyric, this interactive CPD resource offers a series of practical-based exercises which can be used in the classroom to access Shakespeare’s texts and consider how different interpretive choices affect meaning.
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