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The Bard's Birthday

Today is the birthday of William Shakespeare (1564).  In his honor, I am posting  photos from our Truth, Beauty, Goodness Co-op's amateur production of The Winter's Tale.  It was great fun and the children did an amazing job memorizing their lines.  Enjoy!

THE CAST










PRINCE FLORIZEL AND PERDITA
STATUE OF HERMIONE (LIZZIEBEE)
 PAULINA (MARIT)  BRINGS THE STATUE TO LIFE!

POST PRODUCTION GOOFINESS

7 comments:

  1. Wow! Really great costumes! We want a co-op like yours!

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  2. Me too! I want to be in your co-op. I would have loved to see the play in action too.
    Congrats to the parents and the kiddos, and Happy Birthday.
    BTW, Do you think that Edward de Vere was Shakespeare? I do after reading Peter Kline's book Why America's Children Can't Think.

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  3. Thank you! It is so wonderful, I just want everyone to be in it. No, I don't think he was. Little Jack has done a bit of reading on this - I'll see if he'll stop by and comment soon. Trying to get over to your place - your titles look so good...

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  4. I just saw a picture by Sargent today of the birthday bard's wife... interesting.
    Your coop does look so nice. Oh to be near other homeschoolers.
    :)

    amy in peru

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  5. I'll wait...I know, TIME. No rush though, I know he's very busy and you too ;-), but I'd like to hear when you have the chance.

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  6. So lovely to SEE your play!
    Keep on my friend!

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  7. Silvia,
    While we're waiting for LittleJack, here is George Grant's blog on it:
    http://grantian.blogspot.com/2010/04/mystery-of-shakespeare.html
    (Thanks, Bonnie!)

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