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Utah Shakepseare Festival In Schools
Utah Shakepseare Festival In Schools

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AIR DATE: February 13, 2013

The Utah Shakespeare Festival is taking its show on the road. A skeleton crew of actors and technicians will produce a 75-minute version of Romeo and Juliet to school children across the valley. So how do you make Shakespeare relevant to kids? And how do you cram an entire Shakespeare play into 75 minutes? Two actors will tell us.

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Chris Klopatek, Actor, Romeo and Juliet
Melisa Pereyra, Actor, Romeo and Juliet

 

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