Where else but in Shakespeare's plays can you find teenagers with swords, kings poisoned in the ear, magical donkey heads, ghosts at the dinner table, an enchanted forest full of fairies, snobby butlers wearing yellow stockings and the first ever uses of the words "eyeball," "alligator," and "upstairs"?
Shakespeare's stories have lasted for over 400 years - come find out why!
Who: Ages 7-12
Where: Ithaca Youth Bureau, Green Room
When: Monday 3:30-5:00pm, January 25-March 7 (No program Feb 15.)
Instructor: Camila Schade
Fee: $160/$80 Recreational Partnership Discount
Camilla Schade has been The Wicked Witch of the West in Oz but she performs all over town with recent faves being Julius Caesar with Ithaca Shakespeare, Dotty with Homecoming Players, Kitchen Theatre's Circle Mirror Transformation, and concert narrations for Music's Recreation. She toured her solo show Performing Therapy and her play, Emily Sticksenstones featured at the Illinois HS Playfestival. Ex-4th graders know her from a zillion Hanger Project 4 residencies and Pennsylvania knows her as the radio voice for Memorial Hospital. This spring she will be back in PA taking the lead role of Prospera in The Tempest for People's Shakespeare.