What’s in a story? Begin with an intriguing plot and delightful characters, discover historical information, comedy, conflict, and lively conversation, and conclude with universal truths about the human spirit.
The Shakespeare Workshop has three levels to introduce ages 9 to 18 to Shakespeare's “Comedy of Errors.” The Balcony view targets ages 9 to 11, the Mezzanine ages 12 to 14, and the Box Seat ages 15 and up. Each view repeats the same activities. However, the Mezzanine then goes beyond the Balcony view, and the Box Seat goes beyond the Mezzanine becoming more challenging as children progress. Find out why Shakespeare is still popular today by studying this play about two sets of twins. Buy or borrow a copy of the play and Charles and Mary Lamb’s Tales from Shakespeare to complete the workshop. Tales is also available online at no cost.
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About the Author
Sandra Garant is a veteran home schooling mom, business writer, and attorney. She taught her three children at home until they were ready for college. She has written several books, including the It's a Mystery series of children's retreats and Creative Communications: Thirty Writing, Speaking, and Drawing Projects for Homeschoolers. She is married to George Garant, and they live happily in San Antonio, TX. Sandra attends Our Lady of the Atonement Church. She is a member of the San Antonio Chesterton Society and the Catholic Lawyers Guild of San Antonio.