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Shakespeare through the Eyes of the Middle School, the brainchild of Joseph Henderson, a teacher at Durham's Roger-Herr Middle School, exposes students to six Shakespeare plays in three years and also gives them a chance to perform them.
With a Tar Heel reporter interviewing, readers might have expected to hear how Northern producers could comfortably integrate their business into Southern culture. With the NC Shakespeare Festival’s prominence, another expectation could have been these producers’ plan could make theatre a more popular form of entertainment for all.
The county of Chester was formed in the early 1800s from several towns, and was primarily agriculture driven and populated by English and Scotch-Irish descendants. As such, many common sayings and phrases could be traced back to Shakespearean origins. A list of these sayings and the corresponding Shakespearean works are included.
At Pfeiffer College in Misenheimer students participate yearly in staging a Shakespearean play, on little to no budget where students act, direct, and produce. TWELFTH NIGHT was performed, supervised by English Department faculty Melicent Huneycutt.
A literary and scientific analysis of the pearl dropped in Hamlet’s wine in an attempt to kill him.
Several sonnets, written by John Harvey with heavy Shakespearian influence, about a young woman are presented in this article. This is the earliest example of Shakespeare’s works being manifested in colonial America.