Prepare for Tomorrow
Sign In   |   View Cart   |     |   Help
Print Course information
Email to a friend
Return to Course Catalog

Interpreting and Participating in Shakespeare's Plays   

Reading Shakespeare carefully, attending to dramatic texture and poetic nuance, and seeing and thinking about productions are the main class activities, along with examining the design of ideas and the progression of feelings as they build. NOTE: We'll spend the whole course on Hamlet. Note: Suggested reading: The inexpensive Signet editions have useful critical essays. And if you have time, try to find "The Substance of Shakespearian Tragedy" by A.C. Bradley.


*This course description has been updated and is correct. The printed catalog is incorrect. 


Interpreting and Participating in Shakespeare's Plays  (HUMN039)    IN-PERSON

Instructor:  Henry McHenry

Day of the Week: W, Times: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM.

Dates: 3/2/2022 - 4/6/2022  

Sessions: 6   

Fee: $66.00

Course Location: Unity of Charlottesville - Classroom

Mask policy for this location: Masks are required

Location Address: 2825 Hydraulic Road Charlottesville, VA 22901

Limit (we do monitor enrollment and when possible may add seats): 24 

Course Description: 

 Show Description

*If circumstances related to COVID-19 dictate this course cannot be held in person, it will be deferred to a future semester.

NOTE: If you do not see the "Add to Cart" button, there are four possible reasons. 1) Registration has not opened 2) you have not added membership to your cart or renewed your membership 3) you are not logged in (Click "Sign In" on the blue bar above) 4) you may need to refresh your screen.