Dissecting Text from William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet
with Patricia Cerra
This workshop focuses on Shakespeare’s language by making it accessible & current. Patricia will lead your class through the text, looking for clues as to what Shakespeare was intending. She will reveal tips for making the words your own using one of the most iconic classical texts in the canon.
All DramaFest workshops have limited availability. This workshop is only available in the morning before 10:30 am, and is not available on April 21st, May 5th or after May 9th. Availability is also limited due to bookings by other classes.
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Patricia is an award winning artist with a multi-faceted career as a director, performer and arts educator. She has recently been recognized with the Sterling Award for Outstanding Performance in a Leading Role – Comedy. Her vast experience has taken her to theatres throughout Canada, where she has worked on over thirty productions. She worked at the Banff Playwrights Lab collaborating with national and international playwrights on over a dozen brand new works. She has taught residencies, completed 5 tours, and built summer drama camps structured around devised creation for young people. Patricia will be debuting her short children’s play as a part of the Sprouts Festival in 2021. Her work deeply values diversity, equity and inclusion as part of the ongoing conversation in theatre, art and our society. She strives to highlight its importance in her deep roots in the community as well as in her professional work. View Patricia’s profile.
- Students remain seated throughout this workshop.
Please note: Theatre Nova Scotia respectfully requests that schools and community groups ideally do not cancel workshops once they are booked, unless absolutely necessary. If a group must cancel or reschedule, please give us a week of prior notice. In these precarious days for arts workers, TNS is going to great lengths to provide schools with exceptional theatre education and local artists with paid work in our industry. Please be aware that artists may have turned down other paid work to accommodate these workshop bookings. Thank you for your understanding.
Students stay seated throughout this workshop.