Archive for March, 2013

As artists and educators we believe that exploring the work of Shakespeare is a physical, intellectual and artistic process. We look forward to creating a blog that supports fellow educators in similar pursuits.

On the 23rd of each month, members of the New York City Educators Roundtable will be submitting entries to the blog that explore a particular interest, concern or question they have as it relates to the teaching and performing of Shakespeare. Between these “major” posts, there will be other posts that will include links to local performances, workshops, lectures, discussions and news items about “things Shakespearean.”

As way of introduction, each contributor has been invited write a “How  I got hooked on Shakespeare” entry.

If you are interested in submitting an entry — or find a an article that you think our audience might be interested in – please feel free to contact us at:

NYCShakespeareEducators @ gmail.com

Follow us on Twitter @NYCSERoundtable


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