Virtual Active Minds: William Shakespeare

Program Type: Active Minds
Ages: Adult

Description

Born in 1564, William Shakespeare is regarded by many as the greatest writer in the English language. Although he is most famous for his plays, he rose to fame in his life as a poet, writing 154 sonnets and two long narrative poems. Most of his plays were not published until after his death in 1616, leading some to question his authorship.  Join Active Minds as we seek to understand Shakespeare’s life and connect his story to his plays and poems.

Sponsored by the Stapleton MCA. 

To Join Program: A few minutes before the program start time click here to join the live webinar (limit 100 participants). If for any reason you are unable to use the webinar link above, it is possible to join by phone with audio only. Please only do this as a backup, as you will not be able to see the visuals. For info on dialing in using your phone click here for audio only dial-in instructions.

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