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"Is there no play

To ease the anguish of a torturing hour?" 

– A Midsummer Night’s Dream

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"I have a speech of fire, that fain would blaze..."

-Laertes, Hamlet, Act 4 Scene 7


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Lauren Ash-Morgan and Michael Downey in 

Shakespeare's Love and Despair: Macbeth, Seoul Shakespeare Company

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Shakespeare Acting Classes

October 2022

Hone your Shakespeare acting skills!

Based in Seoul. Join us via Zoom from anywhere!

This month's course:

Acting Shakespeare's Text

Rhythm & Meter, Part 3: Breaking the Rhythm (Shakespeare's Late Plays)

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Delve deeply into Shakespeare's text, exploring a new speech each week based on the month's theme. This is the last of three months on rhythm and meter, and as always, newcomers are welcome! In this month we explore Shakespeare's most rhythmically sophisticated late-career plays, and the exciting acting choices that they offer. This is also our last month based in Seoul, before we move to London!

Thursdays, October 6, 13, and 20, 7:00pm-9:00pm (Korean Standard Time, GMT+9)

$60 USD

6 hours total instruction

Registration deadline: Saturday, October 1st at 7pm (Korean Standard Time, GMT+9)

Appropriate for adults and teens age 16 and over, of all experience levels.

Taught in English via Zoom.

Co-taught by Lauren Ash-Morgan and Michael Downey.

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Speech of Fire is proud to be a member of The Shakespeare Theatre Association (STA).

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STA was established to provide a forum for the artistic, managerial, educational leadership for theatres primarily involved with the production of the works of William Shakespeare; to discuss issues and methods of work, resources, and information; and to act as an advocate for Shakespearean productions and training.

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