All the World's a Stage – Shakespeare for Kids

October 25, 2017 | Sheilah

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As the days get shorter, now is the perfect time to sign your children up for a little dramatic action!

Are your kids outgoing? Then the Shakespeare for Kids Library Drama Club is for them!  Perhaps they are a bit shy and need drawing out. Then this two-hour program is perfect for them as well.

Once a week for six consecutive weeks, actors and educators from Shakespeare In Action Theatre Company coach kids in playing theatre games centered around plays such as Romeo & Juliet, Twelfth Night, the Tempest and others. They will create and act in scenes from Shakespeare's plays, developing play-reading skills as they do so. The program accepts children who are between 7 – 12.

Shakespeare for Kids Library Drama Club is free thanks to the generous support of TD Bank Financial Group.

The Fall session starts on Nov. 4 and there are still spots available in some of the six branches.  Registration in person is required.

Morning programs (10:00 – 12:00)

Runnymede  416-393-7697

Mount Pleasant  416-393- 7737

York Woods  416-395-5980

Cedarbrae 416-396-8850


Afternoon programs (2:00 – 4:00)

Highland Creek  416-396-8876

McGregor Park   416-396-8935
 

And while you are waiting for the program to begin, you and your child can get in some advance reading.

Bravo Mr William Shakespeare

Bravo, Mr. William Shakespeare by Marcia Williams presents some of the bard's plays in lively comic book strip format.

Stratford, Ontario author Lois Burdett has rewritten some of Shakespeare's most famous plays, making them accessible to kids of all ages.

But who was this writer? Mick Manning's biography, William Shakespeare: Scenes from the Life of the World's Greatest Writer will explain all.

William Shakespeare Scenes for the life of the world's greatest writer

 

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