A few weeks ago, the #tinyshakespeare Project worked with Shakespeare's Globe and Montgomery County Community College to stream information about Shakespeare's Globe and Playing Shakespeare directly into classrooms and across Montgomery County.
I had a chance to sit down with questions from students and community members, and chat directly with Globe Artist Colin Hurley ( actor and teacher), and talk about creating living theatre in a stage space with a pedigree over 400 years old. You can view the conversation with Colin Hurley here, on line until Wednesday November 23rd.
Check it out! And while you are at it- check out the teaching tools Shakespeare's Globe has incorporated into their new site: