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www.backstage.com/news/spotlight/how-shakespeare-can-make-your-child-better-actor

Apr 5, 2013 ... Ken Ludwig, author of “How to Teach Your Children Shakespeare,” shares advice on introducing children to the Bard's work.

neyt.org/2012-01-08-00-01-54/2012-01-10-15-24-12/benefits-of-acting-shakespeare

There is no better training than theatre to teach life skills to children. ... training a young person can undertake is learning to act in Shakespeare's plays. ... Don't you want your kids to understand that kind of language and where it came from?

www.kenludwig.com/books/how_to_teach_kids_shakespeare.php

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www.howtoteachyourchildrenshakespeare.com

A foolproof, enormously fun method of teaching your children Shakespeare. ... From Jane Austen to The Godfather, many of the best novels, plays, poetry, and ... and an exposure to cultural references that children will use for years to come. ... John Lithgow is a Tony Award winning actor, Oscar nominee, and winner of five ...

www.shakespeare-online.com/theatre/inthecountry.html

Shakespeare's reference to the child actors and personal attacks on his acting ... from whence the affrighted dwellers are fled, in hope to live better in the country. ... The Players * * * making fools of the poor country people, in driving them like ... If the reader has not already guessed the answer, he will discover it, I think, ...

www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2014/04/shakespeares-brilliant-forgotten-acting-career/361093

Apr 23, 2014 ... The widespread disregard of Shakespeare's acting career stems, in part, ... of the players, “After your death you were better / have a bad epitaph than an ... A poor player did not last long and tended to make a loud exit. .... conversations between troubled children, their worried parents, and clinical therapists.

www.telegraph.co.uk/education/educationadvice/10704891/Get-young-involved-in-Shakespeare.html

Mar 19, 2014 ... Acting Shakespeare — Ariel, in The Tempest — outside in a new stone ... Out there, covered in gold make-up, freezing my underdeveloped ... But I get to work with the best English language playwright most ... Whether it be telling your son he's a tower of strength, or when your daughter does something all ...

www.dailymail.co.uk/home/event/article-3539598/The-plays-weren-t-written-read-written-spoken-loud-acted-Sir-Ian-McKellen-s-waste-time-reading-Shakespeare.html

Apr 16, 2016 ... What's got into Sir Ian McKellen, the peerless actor who thrilled ... Seeing a play first makes the words come alive, McKellen insists. ... Nobody knows William Shakespeare better than Sir Ian McKellen. .... If I get a new one I have to hear it out loud before I can judge what it's .... Your contribution is yourself.

www.theatrefolk.com/spotlights/performing-shakespeare-monologues

Unless you're going to become a professional Shakespearean actor, or go on to ... And yes, it can have great effect on a performance. ... to your character – the character is what makes your monologue come to life. ... For example, I would suggest that Demetrius was a spoiled brat as a child, and a bully while in school.

owlcation.com/academia/How-to-Teach-Shakespeare-to-Reluctant-Learners

Jun 13, 2016 ... Make doing Shakespeare seem like something that students only get to do if ... these plays is the absolute best thing you have ever done in your life. ... Acting it out is the most powerful teaching strategy you can add to your .... A site with strategies and ideas for teaching Shakespeare to kids and teenagers.