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Old 11-17-2009, 08:17 PM
Loralee M. Tyson
 
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Default Want to learn how to act Shakespeare?!

Are you tentative about iambic pantameter?
Do you like words, imagery, and muscality in language?

Come to the Shakespeare Workshop this FRIDAY November 20 in the Acting Lab (in the Dorothy Young Center for the Arts) at 4:30pm.

Dennis Turney an amazing Theatre Arts adjunct professor will be teaching how to speak verse, and he will help people work monologues in preperation for the AS YOU LIKE IT auditions in the Spring.

The number of people who can come is unlimited (within reason of how many can fit in the acting lab), however he may not be able to get to everyone, so you can learn by observing.

If you're interested email Loralee Tyson at ltyson@drew.edu or sign up in the theatre lobby.


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