Blogs tagged "comedy"

War Literature: Being There or Not

World War One soldier's identity document. Robert Knox
Literature about war—whether the lived experience of the author or not—has over the centuries taken the form of many genres: epic, tragedy, comedy, narrative poetry, history play, novel, short story, memoir, and lyric poetry. While reading works from Homer’s Iliad  to Tim O’Brien’s The Things They Carried, students can benefit from identifying not only the wide variety of genres depicting battle and its consequences but also from recognizing the stark contrasts these genres can represent in  tone, style, point of view, and intent.Read More »

Participate in “Scholarship and Performance: Teaching Shakespeare’s Plays.”

Participants in the 2017 Scholarship and Performance Summer Institute
Victoria Barclay, Education Manager, Theatre for a New AudienceWould you like to spend two weeks exploring NYC and uncovering the nuances and truths of Shakespeare? In this Institute, you will have the opportunity to work with Shakespeare Scholars Julie Crawford and Mario DiGangi, as well as Teaching Artists Krista Apple and Claudia Zelavansky to renew your understanding of some of Shakespeare’s greatest plays.Read More »
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