Shakespeare's Game with John Hadden
Shakespeare’s language belongs to all of us. This is a free-wheeling class that explores scenes and monologues in order to get good at playing what playwright William Gibson called “Shakespeare’s Game.” In time, we might form an ensemble to perform the plays!
Plays will be produced from time to time as we get going; interested class participants will be cast whenever possible. Every six months, a mini-festival will showcase work that emerges from the classes.
Two-tiered participation cost for active participants and observers who want to audit the class.
Sundays 3:00 - 5:00 pm
Series 1 Oct 3 - Oct 31
Series 2 Nov 14 - Dec 12
Series 3 Jan 9 - Feb 6
$200 per series for participants
$100 per series for observers
John Hadden is a director, writer, builder, teacher and actor living on a small farm in VT. He is a founding member of Shakespeare & Co and ran the Theater Company at Hubbard Hall. He played Romeo, Hamlet, Iago, Richard II, Leontes, MacBeth, Lear, Merchant, Bastard, Fool, Scrooge, and Salieri in regional theaters, as well as roles on film, radio and TV, and directed about fifty productions here and abroad. A solo show based on John’s book Conversations with a Masked Man (Arcade, 2016) began its regional tour at Main Street Arts. Vermont Teaching Artist, BFA SUNY Purchase, Writing MFA Goddard College.
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Covid Policy: For your own protection and that of the community, we ask that everyone wear a mask while participating in MSA classes and events. We’ve requested all staff and faculty to be fully vaccinated and are limiting class size to ensure we can be distanced