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Henry VI, Part iii Act III, Scene ii
February 5, 2013
Catch a wave! Stay “on top” of Jim Devita‘s words as he discusses how he learned to avoid generalizing in acting Shakespeare. Jim explores the importance of training (and what Shakespearean actors can learn from Michael Jordan.) We plunge into Richard of Gloucester’s speech in Henry VI, Part iii, to discover the secret to playing villains, plumbing emotions (or not) and pursuing metaphors. Join us for a discussion of the most voluble soliloquy in Shakespeare’s canon.
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