Shakespeare Project of Chicago: after-performance discussion
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Large Meeting Room A&B
Shakespeare Project of Chicago's theatrical reading of THE WINTER'S TALE - A Sicilian king becomes consumed by the belief that his best friend has committed adultery with his wife, and this passionate jealousy ignites a series of events that takes us on an adventure where we witness several miracles.
A poetry-based writing workshop for writers of all levels and genres
led by Writer/teacher/editor Arlyn Miller of Poetic License, Inc.
Skype with the author whose innovative exercises, inspired true success stories, and online components will shift your thinking and prompt insights that turn under performing geniuses into accomplished artists.
Drop in for our year-round short program of stories, songs, and rhymes followed by playtime. Ages 0-2 with a grownup.
Senior Coffee Hour
Senior Coffee Hour: Come revisit some of the greatest moments from modern and classic holiday movies at this holiday season celebration. Be prepared to laugh (and cry?)as we view these nostalgic films. Steven Frenzel from Marquee Movie Presentations will be our narrator.
Professional storyteller Anne Shimojima presents a slide-lecture about the experiences of her Japanese American family before, during and after World War II - a time when these Americans were sent to internment camps.
High school students are invited to receive professional coaching from actors with The Shakespeare Project of Chicago. Get guidance on selecting and presenting the Shakespeare monologue/sonnet that is right for you. Whether you are preparing for the National Shakespeare Competition or just want to get better acquainted with the Bard, this workshop will help you gain insight, confidence and growth in your presentation skills.