Session: Spring 2021
Chapter:  Tucson
Location:  ONLINE
Time:  6:30pm - 8:00pm
Day:  Wednesday
Starts:  04/07
Ages:  8-18
Tuition:  $150.00
Open Spots:  2

** Registration ended April 14, 2021 at 6:30pm

Class Description

What light through yonder window breaks?

It's a Shakespeare class for actors that will help you unpack the language, and dive into some of the greatest stories ever told.
Are you intimidated by Shakespeare?
Not sure you'll be able to understand it, let alone act it?
Or do you have some Shakespeare experience already and looking for tools to expand your repertoire?

Let Ms. Green guide you through the poetry and give you tools to text analysis that you can use for any text (even modern plays and musicals). 

Class taught over Zoom. 
Prerequisite: Must be reading independently so they can easily follow the class. Please note: Class size may increase to 15 but the 5 slots will be reserved for 14yrs and older students. If class is full (10) then you must email to request to be enrolled. IF we do not reach 15 students the class time will be reduced to 60mins and you will receive a $25 refund. **The May 12th class is rescheduled to Saturday, May 15th at 4pm to accommodate a schedule conflict. **


Maryann Green

Maryann Green has been the theater teacher at Rincon and University High Schools since 2000. She is also the Executive Director of the Tucson Fringe Festival, a non-profit performing arts festival. She has a BFA in Theatre Education from the U of A, and an MA in Directing from the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University. She was also an overhire member of IATSE Local 415. When she has time, she acts and directs at Live Theatre Workshop and Winding Road Theatre Ensemble, and is a storyteller with Female Storytellers. Maryann has studied Shakespeare at the Huntington Library, the LA Shakespeare Institute, and Theatre For A New Audience in Brooklyn, NY. She's happy to be joining the CYT family.