Shakespeare

When Shakespeare’s plays are enacted live on the stage, it goes from inanimate black and white to (if performed well) the most spirited bustling—keep you on the edge of your seat adventures; teaching us things about the world we might have knew but never stopped to notice; he shows us the Truth about what it means to be human. He expressed the unexpressable, and each one of his 37 plays are absolute genius and have something to teach us. I enjoyed this article immensely, and couldn’t miss out on sharing it with others. Thank you Oyster for taking the time to write this post; getting students to see Shakespeare performed live would change their perspective as it did mine.

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