Sat, February 12, 2011 • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM • CAL 100
Playing Shakespeare is a Saturday morning workshop for children ages 8-14. It is a fun way for kids to experience Shakespeare through performance. Kids will work with Clayton Stromberger, the Winedale Outreach coordinator, as well as college students who have a passion for Shakespeare and love working with kids.
This is a free event, but it would help us to know if you're coming. To RSVP, email Clayton Stromberger at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Mr. Stromberger at 363-6864. Please give us a parent name, the child's name, what school your child attends, who his or her teacher is, and a phone number where we can reach you.
Parents are welcome to attend and even participate. If you would like to drop off your child, we will need you to sign some forms before leaving.
We will meet at 9:50 on the sidewalk, just below Littlefield Fountaint, south of the UT tower. Find the long curb area in front of the fountain (the one with the figures riding horses)- below the South Mall, cattycorner from Dobie Mall. You can pull over to the curb with blinkers on and get out to talk with our staff. Wait for a UT Shakespeare helper to greet you and get your contact information. You'll also need to sign a simple form if you are not staying to observe or participate. If you want to stay, plan to find street parking west of Guadalupe Street at a meter (no coins needed on Saturday). At 10 am, we will proceed up the hill to CAL 100 or the adjacent courtyard. If you are lost, call Clayton's cell phone at 363-6864. Thanks!