Thank you so much for your insights, ideas, and contributions to our collaborative engagement with Shakespeare’s classic History play. I know, here at The Oakridge School, we thought more critically, creatively, and divergently about the text because of the dialogue made possible by the contributions from The Greenhill School and The Hockaday School. So thank you for helping make our study more meaningful and simply more fun!
The Oakridge School
|Mr. Garza of Greenhill School at Dubliners 2013|
Also, please note that the call of papers announces an opportunity for theatre students to submit proposals for staging/directing/acting certain selected scenes from Shakespeare’s play. We plan on hosting at least one theatre professor from the local community to work with students in acting/directing workshops as well.
|Landry Levine, Class of 2013, The Oakridge School,|
presents at the 2013 Dubliners Paper Colloquium
Remember, papers are due January 10, 2014. There will be a committee of evaluators comprised of faculty and administrators from at least eight schools from the Houston and Metroplex areas, and all submissions will be read with names of schools and students blinded to ensure complete fairness. Students that are accepted to present will be notified sometime in mid-February 2014.
We look forward to reading your papers and we can’t wait to see you this spring at the 2014 Richard III Paper Colloquium.