Making Shakespeare Cool
Available from March 31st, 2022.
Sign up now for this exclusive, on-demand professional learning experience to receive:
- Three exclusive videos designed specifically so you can watch them on-demand at a time that suits you
- A panel discussion with practical advice and handy tips to help you make Shakespeare more accessible to students
- Innovative teaching demonstrations led by experienced Shakespeare educators
Attendees can also request a Certificate of Attendance to submit to your school district for staff development credit hours.
Simply fill out the form by March 31st, 2022 to receive this free, on-demand professional learning experience.
Meet the experts
Katie Blackerby Weible
Katie Blackerby Weible is chair of the theatre department at the Youth Performing Arts School at duPont Manual High School in Louisville, KY. As an actor, Katie has performed extensively across the country with roles Off-Broadway and at regional theatres. She's also directed at the Music Theatre of Louisville and Stage One. This summer, she'll be studying teaching methods for Shakespeare through performance at the Globe Theater in London as a TLab scholar.
Brian Hinds is a theatre faculty member at the Youth Performing Arts School. Brian spent ten years with The Children’s Theatre of Maine, where he served as an actor, instructor, and director. Since moving to Louisville in 2008, he has acted in numerous productions including roles at the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival and other area theatres. Brian is a member of the Louisville Improvisors.