Wednesday, May 05, 2004

Barry Stewart Mann plays Will in a one-man-show designed to give children a way into the canon outside the classroom: 'This will be an introduction for elementary and middle school students to the characters, stories, ideas and styles of William Shakespeare,' said the Newton County Library Systems head of children services Carol Durusau. 'The bard himself will welcome the audience aboard an amusement park ride and take them through imaginary chambers of comedy, tragedy, history and fantasy and meeting such wonderful characters as Falstaff, Puck, Richard III, Cleopatra and Romeo.'


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