Interesting Meeting 4  

 

William Shakespeare - (Patrick Bentley in role)

(Shakespeare will talk about his life and work. He will also answer your questions.) 

 

Zoom meeting now planned for  Thursday May 28th 

(Session time  12.00 - 12.30)

 

Highlights available on youtube  from - Sunday May 31st

Topic: Interesting Meeting with William Shakespeare

Time: May 28, 2020 10:30 AM Prague Bratislava

Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/99225229275?pwd=b2ZlNFFzc2wxVFRvQ0VaWDdVeGF2QT09

Meeting ID: 992 2522 9275
Password: 222022

If you have questions that you would like to ask Mr Shakespeare send them to david@thebeartheare.com, or send them on the zoom chat during the live meeting

The first round of questions will be ………..

 

  • What was your education like in Stratford-Upon-Avon?

  • Why did you move to London?

  • Are you an actor or just a writer?

  • How long did the actors have to rehearse your shows.

  • What did you do when the theatres were closed?

The second round of questions will be taken from your suggestions. 

 

The next interesting meetings will be with Carl Jung, and George Orwell.

 

These online lessons will follow a simple interview format. In each lesson, theatre director David Fisher will interview somebody. Sometimes it will be a real person, sometimes it will be an actor in role playing the part of a historical figure, (Shakespeare, Agatha Christie) or a contemporary figure (A homeless person).  

Before the event you can write in with questions that you would like to have asked.

At the live event  you (the students) will know the questions that are going to be asked and you will have a chance to anticipate what the answers may be.

 

Then the interview will happen. The guest will answer the questions and the host will recap and simplify the answers, so the program can be suitable for more levels.

Students will have a chance to ask extra questions via chat during the interview.

The whole program will take 25-30 minutes so that there is time for the teacher to touch base with the class before and/or after the session.