From the Outside Looking In: Exploring Family, Community and Culture
Geometrics Unlimited: Theorems Fit Physical Realities
Historic Model United Nations
History You Can Touch
How to Write the Story of Your Life
Innovation in Business
Intro to Biotechnology
Logic Takes the Cake
Looking Closely, Finding Meaning: The Observational Essay
Madness, Magic and More
Magic Formula for Fabulous Fiction
Marketing: Launch a Software Product
Math and Engineering Teacher Training
Math: Owls and More
Math: Problems Solved!
Mathematical Icons: Probability, Percentages, and Perceptions
Mathematics of Literature
Movies I: Write for the Screen
Movies II: Getting it on Film
Next Generation Journalism Symposium
Physics of Flight
Pi in the Sky
Poetry in Balance
Recipe for a Classic Poetry Slam
Science, Ethics and the Law
Set the Scene!
Spoken Word - Poetry Revisited
Transformations: Turning Life into Fiction
Using your Voice in your Community or School
What's on your Coat of Arms?
World in a Grain of Sand: A Poetry Games Program
Writers' Retreat for Teachers
Writing for Publication
Writing History (Civil War)
Writing to be Heard
Young Mathematicians Day
Young Scientists Day
Young Writers Day
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Grades: 7 - 8
"Lend Me Your Ear!"
"There's Something Rotten in Denmark !"
"A Pox Upon Your House!"
Whether you'd rather party with Romeo or Lady Macbeth, whether you'd rather laugh at a tragedy or cry at a comedic wedding, whether you'd rather be a midsummer night's fairy or a murderous king, The Bard Billy Shakespeare has something of interest for you.
Come to this workshop to sharpen your love of words, increase your knowledge of dramatic structure, and to mix-and-mash famous Shakespeare quotes and plots. We'll use the greatest writer in the English language to highlight what makes drama work and show us how to create memorable characters, all while using powerful and poetic language .
Penny is a writer and filmmaker. She makes a living as a communications professional in the software industry. She is the author of the science fiction novel Bob Bridges: An Apocalyptic Fable and several feature-length screenplays.
Penny's workshops are endowed by the Whiteside-Ehlert Memorial Writing Series
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