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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


Photo by Robert Michael Evans. 

Lauren Ash-Morgan and Michael Downey in 

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

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Shakespeare Acting Classes

July 2022

Hone your Shakespeare acting skills!

Based in Seoul. Join us online from anywhere!

This month's course:

Acting Shakespeare's Text

Language in Action—Storytelling

(Just 2 weeks this month: July 7 & 14, so we can take a little break!)

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Delve deeply into Shakespeare's text, exploring a new speech each week based on the month's theme. This month we explore descriptive monologues in which a character tells a detailed story in order to have an effect on another person, using storytelling to shape a narrative about an event that has occurred.

The first two Thursdays in July (July 7 and 14), 7:00pm-9:00pm (Korean Standard Time, GMT+9)

$40 USD

4 hours total instruction

Registration deadline: Saturday, July 2 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.

Click the button below for information about classes.

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

For more information visit www.stahome.org.


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.